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Re: [PATCH] ARM half-precision floating point, 3/8 (target hooks)


> I've gotten somewhat lost in this discussion.  Do I need to make any
> changes to the hooks, or just add the comment on double rounding?

As far as I'm concerned, just the comment.

> I've gotten lost here, too -- I can't figure out whether the subsequent
> discussion is endorsing this idea, or not.  So, what do I need to do to
> fix the patch?  Add the sorry() calls?  Add this hook function?  Both? 
> Something else?

I'm not a maintainer again, but I think that for now filing a bug is
enough.  I took a look, and I do not suggest that you lose your time
trying to prepare a patch adding a sorry() call, when maybe Joseph's
concern (that it would not work for the f2h libcalls) would make the
effort useless.

By the time stage3 is reached, it will be easier to assess if Martin's
IPA-SRA has the possibility of being broken by __fp16, and how
likely/serious that is.

> -Sandra the confused

Probably my fault, sorry.

Paolo


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