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On Wed, 15 Apr 1998, Alan Modra wrote: > >firstname.lastname@example.org (H.J. Lu): > > > For anyone who's interested, the gas patches can be found at > > > ftp://mullet.levels.unisa.edu.au/private/teabag/gas-980407-alan.diff.gz > > > They should apply to binutils-2.9 without problems too. > > > > > > The gcc problem (found by email@example.com (Michael L. Galbraith)), > > > when compiling glibc2 is that gcc will generate instructions like > > > `fsubp %st(1),%st' > > > > > > > Can you show me a small test case please? It is very tricky. Here are > > the ChangeLog entries: > > [deleted] > > Yes, I know it's tricky. Basically, Unixware got their assembler > wrong, and we're stuck with an inconsistent syntax. A test case for > fmulp is glibc-2.0.6/sysdeps/libm-ieee754/s_nextafterf.c. I put the > preprocessed file at > ftp://mullet.levels.unisa.edu.au/private/teabag/s_nextafterf.i > Mike Galbraith may be able to give you a .i file for the fsubp case; > I didn't have the right version of glibc. > I can generate a .i file if H.J wants it, but the fsubp %st(1), %st instances are human generated. (3 .S files) -Mike