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Fw: a simple win32 port
- From: "Alexander Kanevsky" <sasha523 at t2 dot technion dot ac dot il>
- To: <libc-alpha at sources dot redhat dot com>
- Date: Sun, 8 Aug 2004 17:19:58 +0200
- Subject: Fw: a simple win32 port
Hi people! I am pretty new to UNIX style programming, and I need to port
minimalistically the fenv.h GNU extension function feenableexcept() to
Win32. As I know, your library is installed also on Linux, that is used to
work on x86 machines that are the base for Win32 platform. I just wanted to
know: is it possible so set/unset some flags in FPU control word (in my
Win32 ported function), without extending the treatment of these exceptions
in UNIX style to other stuff (signals like SIGFPE etc. that probably need a
port themselves on Win32), i.e. just set flags and go? Or is it error-prone?
Thanks in advance,