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Re: [patch RFC] SH: Use FRAME_GROWS_DOWNWARD


> I've run sim and CSiBE.  The results are here:

I've run CSiBE for sh64-unknown-linux-gnu to see the effect of
the FRAME_GROWS_DOWNWAR
 <20050708.230317.91336768.kkojima@rr.iij4u.or.jp> <42CE823F.1000009@st.com>DD  D patch for SHmedia.  Here is the result:

CSiBE 2.1.0 Runtime result for sh64-unknown-linux-gnu
(normalized with the original no-omit-fp result):

		original compiler		patched compiler
		no-omit-fp	omit-fp		no-omit-fp	omit-fp	

bzip2.c 	1 	 	1.00079 	1.00134 	1.00134   
bzip2.d 	1 	 	0.998249 	1.00199 	0.995511  
bzip2recover 	1 	 	0.928303 	1.00137 	0.925573  
vam.fact 	1 	 	0.99613 	1.0029	 	0.997099  
vam.fib 	1 	 	1.01091 	0.999089 	1.00727   
vam.test2 	1 	 	1.02069 	1.02069 	1	   
cjpeg2 	 	1 	 	0.996127 	0.985479 	0.984994  
cjpeg0 	 	1 	 	0.970925 	0.944762 	0.953483  
cjpeg1 	 	1 	 	1.00478 	0.988995 	0.983253  
djpeg0 	 	1 	 	1 	 	0.995762 	1	   
djpeg1 	 	1 	 	0.983944 	0.996788 	0.989081  
djpeg2 	 	1 	 	1.00835 	1.01927 	0.991651  
jpegtran0 	1 		1.02094 	0.937173 	1.00524   
jpegtran1 	1 		0.98451 	0.974438 	0.977538  
jpegtran2 	1 	 	0.973199 	0.995628 	0.971559  
png2pnm0 	1 	 	1.0144 	 	0.996162 	1.0096	   
png2pnm1 	1 	 	1.01266 	0.995594 	1.00512   
pnm2png0 	1 	 	1.00735 	1.00399 	0.993699  
pnm2png1 	1 	 	0.997001 	0.999488 	0.998098  
src/hex/dehex0 	1 	 	0.986381 	0.992832 	0.985662  
src/hex/dehex1 	1 	 	0.99481 	0.99481 	0.99713   
src/hex/enhex0 	1 	 	0.992508 	0.995187 	0.995187  
src/hex/enhex1 	1 	 	0.998319 	0.998073 	0.997007  
minigzip 	1 	 	0.99012 	1 	 	1.00521   
minigzip0 	1 	 	1.00615 	1.00636 	1.0006


Again, it looks there are no big differences.  I've tested
the patched mainline and sh-elf-4_1 compiler to build glibc
and seen no problem too.  Are these tests enough for mainline?

Regards,
	kaz


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