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Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2009 07:44:58 +0300
From: Solar Designer <>
Subject: Re: My patches (Performance, options, mingw, vc, generic md5, phpass, etc)

On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 11:19:59PM -0500, JFoug wrote:
> Might it be better to make a new rule, and leave that one.  Then 
> you could have a macosx32-x86-sse2 or something like that, since
> that is what you are specifying as the build, with the -m32's

I am hoping that there's no need for that, and I don't want to add a new
target unnecessarily.  "-m32" should be harmless on older OS X, but I am
asking Erik in case he knows something special about that.

There are two similar targets right now, which are "undocumented":

#	@echo "linux-x86-64-32-sse2     Linux, x86-64, 32-bit with SSE2"
#	@echo "linux-x86-64-32-mmx      Linux, x86-64, 32-bit with MMX"

I've just verified that these work on 32-bit x86 as well, but probably
not on ancient versions of Linux (with ancient gcc and binutils), which
is why I kept these as separate targets.  OS X was introduced relatively
recently, so I hope that all versions of it understood "-m32".


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