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[PATCH v2 19/30] Refactor *cvt functions implementation (1/5)

From: "Gabriel F. T. Gomes" <>

No changes since v1.

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This patch is to be squashed with the other n/5 refactoring patches.

I split it into these 5 patches, because even using -M<x> and -C<y>, the
patches looks as if a lot has changed, when it's basically just moving
code around.  The final commit will be the squashing of patches 1 to 5,
with the following commit message:

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This patch refactors the *cvt functions implementation in a way that
makes it easier to re-use them for implementing the IEEE long double on
powerpc64le.  By splitting the implementation per se in one file
(efgcvt-template.c) and the alias definitions in others (e.g. efgcvt.c),
the new code makes it easier to define new function names, such as
 misc/{efgcvt.c => efgcvt-template.c}     | 0
 misc/{efgcvt_r.c => efgcvt_r-template.c} | 0
 2 files changed, 0 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)
 rename misc/{efgcvt.c => efgcvt-template.c} (100%)
 rename misc/{efgcvt_r.c => efgcvt_r-template.c} (100%)

diff --git a/misc/efgcvt.c b/misc/efgcvt-template.c
similarity index 100%
rename from misc/efgcvt.c
rename to misc/efgcvt-template.c
diff --git a/misc/efgcvt_r.c b/misc/efgcvt_r-template.c
similarity index 100%
rename from misc/efgcvt_r.c
rename to misc/efgcvt_r-template.c

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