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From: Oliver Falk (oliverlinux-kernel.at)
Date: Tue Nov 25 2008 - 08:44:59 CST
Marc Schlensog wrote:
> On Tue, 25 Nov 2008 15:18:23 +0100
> Oliver Falk <oliverlinux-kernel.at> wrote:
>> Matt Turner wrote:
>>>> Jay. Since we don't support < EV5, would it be save to use those
>>> BWX appeared in the EV56, and MVI appeared in PCA56 (the generation
>>> after EV56). So the real question is: do you want to support >EV5,
>>> EV56, or >PCA56. Obviously >PCA56 is the easiest, plus, who still
>>> uses a plain EV5?
>> Oh. Right... /me was wrong :-(
>> Well, I need at least EV56 compatibility (because of my AS4100 and
>> I don't know what other users are running... But I'd guess >= EV56.
>> Guys, what do you think would happen if a binary compiled with
>> BXW/MVI would run on < EV56?
> Don't know... does gcc support something like Compaq's -march/-mtune?
Of course it does. And if you use it, it does tune for the various
features like BXW, MVI, ...
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