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Re: floating point war casualty list


 In message <20020528043135.GM24897@codesourcery.com>, Zack Weinberg writes:

 > as potential problems due to former use of host floating point, or
 > unfamiliarity:
 > 
 > ?   h8300/h8300.h
 > ?   mn10200/mn10200.h
 > ?   mn10300/mn10300.h
 > ?   v850/v850.h
 > ?   sh/sh.h
 > *   romp/romp.h
 > *   pdp11/pdp11.h
 > *   i370/i370.h
 > *   ns32k/ns32k.h
 > 
 > The H8/300, MN10200, MN10300, and V850 have no hardware floating point
 > support.  We use the fp-bit library for them, which simulates IEEE754;
 > thus the default behavior of real.c is correct.  If REAL_VALUE_TO_TARGET_*
 > did not work for IEEE we would have heard about it by now.
 > 
We should probably put the mn102 on the list of things to go away for GCC 3.2;
it's not working and its not actively maintained.  

The mn103 is still active and may one day have a variant with an FPU.

Jeff


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