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Re: -m32 only ia32 compiler?


> Hi!
> 
> With the recent 32->64bit cross patch suddenly HOST_WIDE_INT is long long on
I've noticed too.
> ia32 native, eventhough 99.999% people don't need -m64 support on ia32.
> Shouldn't there be separate configuration for i386-*-* (which would create a
> -m32 only compiler) and x86_64-*-* (which would create a -m32/-m64
> compiler)? On the SPARC, the compiler can be configured both to support only
> -m32 and -m32/-m64 (and actually in the distribution we use a driver hack,
> so that for -m32 compilations it looks into a special -B path where it finds a
> -m32 only cc1/cc1plus).
Yes, I plan to create ia32 only configuration too. Everything is handled by TARGET_64BIT
macro, so making 32bit only compiler should be easy.
I will give it priority now, since performance penalty due to HOST_WIDE_INT is high
now, so I will try to send patch till end of weekend.

Honza
> 
> 	Jakub


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