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Re: m68k softfloat builds
> OTOH, SuperH softfloat vs. hw float makes ABI difference (fp args
> passed in general purpose registers vs. fp registers), so you cannot
> get away with just supplying the softfloat glue and keep both sw/hw fp
> happy at the same time - you need two different userlands. Something
> we need to solve too (unfortunately I didn't have time to do
> kernel-side FPU support for sh4 in time for NetBSD 5.0).
In pcc for powerpc, arguments are placed in both sets of registers. Then
callee functions can then be softfloat or hardfloat.
-- Gregory McGarry <g.mcgarry%ieee.org@localhost>
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