Re: AVX types: __m256d versus __v4sd

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>>>>> "ILT" == Ian Lance Taylor <iant@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:

ILT> Ah, sorry, I misunderstand.

Or I misthought.  Distracted by impending dinner. :-/

ILT> For the Intel intrinsics, use __m64 and friends.
ILT> For the __builtin_ia32 functions, it's OK to use __v2df and friends.
ILT> I recommend using the Intel intrinsics instead.  They are easier to
ILT> understand and use correctly.

And I conflated the two.  I used the functions defined in <x86intrin.h>
and friends, but with __v2df and v4sf args and returns.  And though of
them as two sides of the same coin.

Which probably is why I misremembered what I wrote when I replied here.

-JimC (waiting on the oven :)
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James Cloos <cloos@xxxxxxxxxxx>         OpenPGP: 1024D/ED7DAEA6


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