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Re: [PING, soft-fp, libgcc]: TFmode/TImode soft-fp support for x86_64


Uros Bizjak wrote:

>        * config.gcc (x86_64-*-linux*, x86_64-*-kfreebsd*-gnu,
>        x86_64-*-knetbsd*-gnu): Add i386/t-fprules-softfp64
>        and soft-fp/t-softfp to tmake_file.

You need to handle i[34567]86-*-linux* --enable-targets=all the same way.

The soft-fp changes are OK if the rest is.

Thanks! I have changed --enable-targets=all, as you suggested.


BTW: Considering that "the rest" is only i386 target related changes
and this patch touches only soft-fp related stuff outside i386 target
part, is Joseph's approval enough for the patch to be checked into the
SVN? Which reviewer should give a final approval for these kind of
multi-area patches?
I have installed this patch into SVN, as the remaining of changes are in fact all i386 specific. Outside of soft-fp and i386 area, there is only an addition of __extendxftf2 and __trunctfxf2 functions to libgcc-std.ver. The patch actually implements new (target dependent) functionality, so there for sure won't be any regressions there.

Uros.


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