install location of math-vector-fortran.h
Mon Jun 8 11:10:53 GMT 2020
On 6/8/20 1:03 PM, Florian Weimer via Gcc wrote:
> * Matthias Klose:
>> [not subscribed to the libc-alpha list]
>> GCC and glibc need to agree on the install location for math-vector-fortran.h.
>> Currently it is installed into
>> However the file is architecture specific, currently only having
>> variants for x86_64-*-gnu, x86_64-*-gnux32, and a generic variant.
>> This creates problems when the file is contained in a Debian package
>> which is marked as Multi-Arch: same, also it should create problems
>> installing the i386 and amd64 rpm's on the the same system. How to
>> solve this issue?
> Uhm. If you want an upstream solution, you need to upstream your
> multi-arch patches.
they are in GCC. Please note that there is no patch yet for this header file,
so I can't upstream anything yet.
>> - The header file currently seems to be completely conditionalized.
>> Is it safe to assume that the x86 variant is still considered empty
>> for any other architecture? Will it stay this way? In this case
>> this variant could be installed everywhere, or better, glibc could
>> stop maintaining the variant at all.
> I do not understand these questions. The Fortran header is the
> equivalent of the <bits/math-vector.h> C header. Its contents depends
> on what is necessary to describe the libmvec ABI. We will only know the
> ABI for libmvec once there is a port for other architectures, so future
> evolution of the header is impossible to predict.
this file currently only has lines like:
!GCC$ builtin (cos) attributes simd (notinbranch) if('x86_64')
so it shouldn't have any effect to other architectures? Or are the conditionals
explicitly done to exclude the 32bit x86 configuration?
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