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Re: [parisc-linux] [patch] Remove magic constant from gas/tc-hppa.c

Le dimanche 22 octobre 2006 Ã 22:14 -0400, John David Anglin a Ãcrit :
> > > Yes, but it's wrong.  I'm not worried about changing it since
> > > there isn't really a 64-bit netbsd target.  Also, GCC doesn't
> > > support hppa64-netbsd.
> > 
> > Fair enough. =)  I've so far been trying to preserve behaviour.  I'm
> > happy to change it to just elf64-hppa for now if that's better.

In exploring how other arches handle unifying 32 and 64 bit binutils, it
looks like they rely on a command line switch to get things set early
enough.  output_file_create calls TARGET_FORMAT before the asm file is
read, so we can't use the .LEVEL instruction to tell is if we're
elf32-hppa or elf64-hppa.

It looks like the best thing to do is to support the -march parameter,
similar to gcc.  gcc supports:


Should I add 2.0w to this for 64bit?  Talking about it with Randolph on
IRC, he pointed out that hppa2.0w-hp-hpux11.11 targets a 32 bit
userspace on a wide kernel.

HP/UX as supports the syntax:


But I'd rather stick with something that feels more like the rest of the
arches and toolchain.


Jeff Bailey -

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