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Re: Need some help


IMHO is more usefull if the target and the run machine are
the same :):):):))))) (just a joke, not a flame, please :))

Seriously now, there are any support to the new AMD palomino
core?

Alcino

On 6 Feb 2002, Alexandre Oliva wrote:

> On Feb  6, 2002, "Syed Naqvi" <snaqvi@cmdmail.amd.com> wrote:
> 
> > I am asking about Linux x86 machines using redhat.
> 
> With development versions of GCC, I believe you can already tell GCC
> to generate code for the 64-bit AMD processor, but I don't know
> whether the port is fully functional already.  Basically, it doesn't
> matter on which machine you run the compiler, as long as it's
> configured and built to generate code for the machine you want.  You
> could surely build a cross compiler for say --target=x86_64-whatever,
> even if your build machine was say sparc and the resulting compiler
> was supposed to run on say mips.
> 
> > On 5 Feb 2002, Alexandre Oliva wrote:
> 
> >> On Feb  5, 2002, "Syed Naqvi" <snaqvi@cmdmail.amd.com> wrote:
> >> 
> >>> Can GNU compilers generate 64-bit code on 32-bit machines?
> >> 
> >> Which target do you have in mind?
> 
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