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Re: RFA: Remove TARGET_SWITCHES from the SH port


On May 15, 2005, Richard Sandiford <rsandifo@redhat.com> wrote:

> Also, superh.h and superh64.h define something called
> TARGET_PROCESSOR_SWITCHES.  This macro doesn't seem to be used
> anywhere, and as far as I can tell, the headers themselves aren't
> included by any configuration.  The patch simply deletes them.
> Is that OK?

I'll leave that for Joern to explain.  I didn't know about these
headers myself.

The rest looks good to me.

> +;; ??? This option is not useful, but is retained in case there are people
> +;; who are still relying on it.  It may be deleted in the future.  */
> +mpadstruct

You may want to drop the `*/' at the end of the comment above.

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