Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2017 18:40:18 -0500 From: "A. Wilcox" <awilfox@...lielinux.org> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: [PATCH] s390x: Add single instruction math functions -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA256 On 14/06/17 18:34, Rich Felker wrote: > The x86 logic is actually implementing policy to the opposite > effect, ignoring the toolchain's default -march and forcing the > minimum baseline isa (i486) unless the user manually puts a > specific -march in CFLAGS. I'm doubtful that it's actually a good > idea to be doing that any more; at least it's inconsistent with > how other archs are treated (using the toolchain's default). > > Rich > Just as a note from the Adélie camp, we have two separate toolchains and CHOST values, i486-foxkit-linux-musl for the "generic" 486 x86 ISA, and pentium3-foxkit-linux-musl for the "modern" SSE x86 ISA. So I had no idea musl was still forcing i486 when being built without a specified -march. That's interesting. And probably not necessary. Best, - --arw - -- A. Wilcox (awilfox) Project Lead, Adélie Linux http://adelielinux.org -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2 iQIcBAEBCAAGBQJZQclfAAoJEMspy1GSK50U3fsQAKQIQG4nZkEzAvjM0mJMhgkU RlxRxDvtER7wyvYFxKeQPzn3mMcmrokhHUvXVSTYp3XuWK/bjA0oJB0K1JBQmQnd pZbZa68EEUaIJv1AmlTkgmcmjQpEo0DAtMUk1vHs6As/AVU/brJYCTPTsR5yCxaG ctTvfN+imTUlDiw+nZF1LTUA+J9iNoiVYV4xwG1z5db+ucCkiWaruPno5Y+qVxKi dDDTOOwV+W2LVq821Jh3yEDo/SKnQ51uf+Lm2t4hOQT/gsLlNjQKT1emAir/Di1G mjpqsS3Lx8xWi9xNOYDSyZS8VCDXXmISLDTKqOQveljUjCCe4WNN725LyJFFRBJo Wl5lJlJtk46s7KVX9MyRQRbdqCnvNc6mTPjoFKVbSIgtLZIpH1zDfbewoWDrTyO0 LfKC7TclWJSbWOB+x2ASu4B3CC+g1SqwOSNqjQ5laX1hs/fU9e2s4vIuyNsX3bbo /0E77zt1gl011iS4/YP2UtdoDa9vgOk3IiLyofnLRGO1/PcVWEKhhLbB3JvRRxq4 RwRFnRL0VuQscTm07ikHPk60YjFAGkjxon/TyUlgPnvSYjmZ1xdJldw6SBzm3EyY t0aj6IYBtebLgCSUqpSSv+4FUaWWvHUqcKqqZPnMSrvruFiSq87Hhrg/0DPYNXJb xtx8p9p8a0X4rcvkHCsK =RRK3 -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
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