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Re: Testsuite tweaks on SPARC


On Mon, Mar 22, 2004 at 08:27:41AM +0100, Eric Botcazou wrote:
> The 3 testcases gcc.dg/ultrasp2.c, gcc.dg/ultrasp4.c and gcc.dg/ultrasp8.c 
> fail on sparc64-*-* with -m32 because they explicitly pass -m64 to the 
> compiler.  This is unnecessary since the code produced by a sparc64-*-* 
> compiler is 64-bit by default.

That's not true, it depends how the compiler is configured.
../configure sparc64-redhat-linux --with-cpu=v7
will build a SPARC bi-arch compiler which defaults to -m32, but supports
-m64 as well.
../configure sparc64-redhat-linux
is a bi-arch compiler which defaults to -m64.
So the -m64 there is certainly not redundant.
What problems does it cause on Solaris?

	Jakub


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