Re: new triplet for x32 psABI?
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On Wednesday 12 October 2011 01:03:19 Michael LIAO wrote: > I am not asking a dedicated triplet for x32 to be used exclusively for > x32 package build. I am asking additional triplet with enough details > of execution environment (ABI definitely a necessary detail.) for > package which relies on triplet to tell that. At least that triplet > could be canonical and widely accepted for package really caring about > that instead of forcing all package checking compiler options. If a > package needs to support similar thing to mutlilib just like glibc, > that new triplet will simiplifies their decision. > gcc definitely is not that kind of package as it could be built to > support generate x86-64, x32 and i386 code with the same package and > need a runtime option to tell that. except that if gcc doesn't change its default ABI output, it doesn't make it terribly useful. you still need to specify the -mabi flag whenever you execute gcc, thus the tuple is just noise. -mike
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