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Re: Is -T meaningful as an assembler option?
On Sat, Oct 11, 2008 at 10:04:30PM -0700, Mark Mitchell wrote:
> The rs6000/sysv4.h file is mis-named; it's really more like "Power on
> ELF systems" than "Power on AT&T System V Release 4 systems". Heck,
> it's got FreeBSD and Linux bits in there, even. But, the naming of the
> file is a separate issue.
Well it started out in life as talking about Power adhering to the V.4 ABI spec
(as opposed to the AIX systems). Then of course Linux and eABI came along
muddying things somewhat (and if you want to be pedantic, the short lived
Solaris and Windows NT on PowerPC that were cancelled before the compiler was
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