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Fri Sep 26 18:56:43 2008 UTC
(5 years, 2 months ago)
Changes since 1.3: +6 -2 lines
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Initial support for SSE2. This compiles itself ok on Linux, and
should work on OSX. Much cleanup is needed, and still need to restore
buildability without SSE2.
Use bootfiles/19e/boot-2008-09-sse2.lisp as the cross-compile script.
The key changes are in these new files:
o float-sse2.lisp: implements all of the floating-point stuff with
o sse2-array.lisp: replacement vops using sse2 instead of x87
o sse2-c-call.lisp: replacement vops using sse2 instead of x87.
o sse2-sap.lisp: replacement vops using sse2 instead of x87
o Basically turn off all the special routines that use the x87 trig,
log, or exp instructions. We don't support that currently. (Would
be nice, though.)
o Turn on %%sin and friends, like on ppc.
o Turn off %sin-quick and friends since we don't want to use x87 now.
o Register :sse2 feature.
o Disable transforms for x86 that use x87 instructions. We don't
support that with sse2.
o Load up the appropriate sse2 files for the compiler. This will
currently overwrite existing vops with vops for SSE2.
o Disable various vops using the x87 instructions, since
float-sse2.lisp doesn't have equivalents. (Just in case. Since
this isn't compiled or loaded, we shouldn't need to do this.)
o Add support for SSE2 instructions. Shamelessly borrowed from our
o Turn off some fp-constants that are not supported with sse2.
o Print FP registers as XMM instead of FR.
o Enable FEATURE_SSE2 flag when compiling.
o Get the mxcsr status bits too when getting the FPU status from a
o For SSE2, we copy any floating-point result (in ST(0)) to XMM0, so
Lisp code can get it.
o Compile up the SSE2 files as needed.
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Thu Jan 31 12:44:20 2008 UTC
(5 years, 10 months ago)
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Changes since 1.1: +4 -0 lines
Diff to previous 1.1
Compile e_rem_pio2.c with -fno-strict-aliasing.
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