GCC provides other MIPS-specific built-in functions:
void __builtin_mips_cache (int op, const volatile void *addr)
Insert a ‘cache’ instruction with operands op and addr.
GCC defines the preprocessor macro
when this function is available.
unsigned int __builtin_mips_get_fcsr (void)
void __builtin_mips_set_fcsr (unsigned int value)
Get and set the contents of the floating-point control and status register (FPU control register 31). These functions are only available in hard-float code but can be called in both MIPS16 and non-MIPS16 contexts.
__builtin_mips_set_fcsr can be used to change any bit of the
register except the condition codes, which GCC assumes are preserved.