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Re: RFC: Stop using accross.m4


Hi Kelley,

HOST_WORDS_BIG_ENDIAN was only directly modified by m32r. I'm 95% sure this was due to an incorrect merge for adding m32r linux support as zack had previously deleted all references to this macro in 2001 and in fact deleted the xm-m32r file. Nick restored this definition back into m32r.h and then undefines it for linux. I deleted the HOST_WORDS_BIG_ENDIAN define/undef out of both of them.

Yes, this was a mistake on my part - sorry.


> In fact, looking back at it the restored version 1.8 of xm-m32r.h is
(sans whitespace) the exact same as version 1.1. So, I'm positive that both xm-m32r.h and xm-linux.h should just be deleted.

Agreed.


Cheers
  Nick



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