Multilib support for 68040

Peter Barada pbarada@mail.wm.sps.mot.com
Tue Jan 22 21:14:00 GMT 2002


>At minimum we get to use e.g. fdadd.x instead of fadd.x.  And don't
>forget that multilibbing affects newlib and all the other target
>libraries, not just libgcc.

Ah, yes, I overlooked that part :-)

While your at it, you'll want to change MULTILIB_EXCEPTIONS:

-MULTILIB_EXCEPTIONS = m68000/msoft-float m5200/m68881 m5200/msoft-float mcpu32/m68881 mcpu32/msoft-float
+MULTILIB_EXCEPTIONS = m68000/msoft-float m5200/m68881 m5200/msoft-float mcpu32/m68881 mcpu32/msoft-float m68040/m68881 m68060/m68881

since -m60480/-m68060 alreaty turns on -m68881.

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