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Date: Thu, 24 Nov 2011 09:05:40 +0100
From: magnum <>
Subject: Re: 1.7.9-jumbo

2011-11-23 19:10, magnum wrote:
>> BTW, for the icc-generated assembly files, I need PGP signatures from
>> magnum I guess.  I sort of reviewed the one that got into -jumbo-8, but
>> it was time-consuming and unreliable.  I mean, the wiki server might get
>> compromised, which would let an intruder modify a previously uploaded
>> file without me detecting that.  So I have to be double-checking those
>> patches for lack of backdoors.  ...Yes, this could be another reason to
>> switch to git.
> If you have icc you can just re-generate them using "make intrinsics". I
> would prefer that.

To elaborate a little more on that, I will not recognise any
responsibility whatsoever for official re-distribution. I have a free,
non-commercial license for icc and I have no idea if this use is OK with
that. Maybe it is definitely no problem, but there is simply no way I
could read and understand the legalese.

Having said that, here are sha1sums for the latest version of my copies
of them (Jumbo 8 after the 30 incremental patches, or 1.7.9 after patch
0003), as built with icc -V "version Build 20111011"

13260fe884777fb53aaf11ff3bcdcf092504673c  sse-intrinsics-32.S
b5eacb97fc64304e87fc891c7481a8098798d931  sse-intrinsics-64.S


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