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- Subject: Mips16 question...
- From: Shane Nay <shane at minirl dot com>
- Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2001 11:32:26 -0700
Towards the beginning of the year, I pulled down a gcc-cvs snapshot,
and the mips16 support was pretty okay, some bogus code, but all
"assemble-able". However with the 3.0 release, it seems to be
shooting off all sorts of strange pieces of assembly, opcodes that
are only in mips I/II/III, distinctly not in mips16. (I can give a
list if it's needed, but I'm guessing this is a known issue)
So, does anyone have a "finger on the pulse" of gcc's support of
mips16?, which compiler CVS/Release #x.x works well, etc. I looked
through the changelog and have seen quite a bit of activity in mips
by redhat folks lately, but it looked to not be related to mips16.
Anyway, thanks in advance,