Subject: RE: Powerpc signal handler with floating point registers
To: Fraser, Doug <D.Fraser@flarion.com>
From: Fraser, Doug <D.Fraser@flarion.com>
Date: 03/01/2005 06:12:36
To answer my own question, apparently not.
Though for some odd reason it rings a bell. Hmmmmm. Prior release?
Do they get used for anything besides 'long long' operations?
[mailto:port-powerpc-owner@NetBSD.org]On Behalf Of Fraser, Doug
Sent: Monday, February 28, 2005 7:24 PM
To: Matt Thomas; David Edelsohn
Subject: RE: Powerpc signal handler with floating point registers=20
Isn't there some kind of -fno-fp-moves or something like that????
[mailto:port-powerpc-owner@NetBSD.org]On Behalf Of Matt Thomas
Sent: Monday, February 28, 2005 5:58 PM
To: David Edelsohn
Subject: Re: Powerpc signal handler with floating point registers=20
At 02:40 PM 2/28/2005, David Edelsohn wrote:
> >>>>> chris zhang writes:
>chris> Apparently, gcc generates code by using FP when
>chris> handling "long long" arithmatics. We couldn't find
>chris> compiler flags to turn off this yet.
That seems to be a rather big hammer to smash that fly. Any other
way to make moves not use FP? Allow floating point, but only if
the program is using floating point types.
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