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Date: Wed, 11 Sep 2013 14:58:51 +0200
From: Szabolcs Nagy <>
Subject: Re: Arm AArch64 port - search for interested people

* Bortis Kevin <> [2013-09-11 13:38:03 +0200]:
> Is someone interessted to help out with a musl ARM Aarch64 port? I got
> the message, that I will receive a dev board Q2/2014 for a new project,
> so I hope to have a working musl toolchain by then :)
> I have started a wiki page where I gather all Information needed for the
> port. First step will be, learn A64 assembler/registers and get the ARM
> Foundation Model running with a Linux distribution. I also hope that the
> musl documentation with information on musl internals and porting will
> be finished by then ;)

it seems long double is IEEE binary128 in the abi,
but there are no quad precision fp instructions..

so good that i did not remove the ld128 code from libm,
however complete support will take some time.. and it will
depend on the soft-float implementation in gcc which has
fenv issues

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