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Date: Wed, 09 Nov 2011 22:57:40 +0100
From: magnum <>
Subject: Re: more targets using sse-intrinsics.S (was: linux-x86-64i
 target, using sse-intrinsics.S)

2011-11-09 18:47, magnum wrote:
> 2. Should we support this for 32-bit at all? I suppose I can cross
> compile a 32-bit .S file with icc (haven't tried it) but I have no idea
> if it will perform better or worse than gcc on a 32-bit machine. I
> suppose this should be verified on a machine that is really 32-bit.

It seems I can't produce a 32-bit file unless I go through the hoops of
downloading more stuff from Intel.

icc -m32 -S -o sse-intrinsics-32.S sse-intrinsics.c -O3 -fno-builtin
-DUSING_ICC_S_FILE -funroll-loops -c -Wall
catastrophic error: Compiler configuration problem encountered.  The
expected target architecture compiler is missing (12.0-ia32 != 12.0-intel64)
compilation aborted for sse-intrinsics.c (code 1)

Except for that obstacle, I think I have all things in place. I created
a mockup sse-intrinsics-32.S using gcc  o.O

Jim, did you ever download icc? Do you have a version that can make a
32-bit .S file?


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