> GCC is likewise perfectly entitled to use floating point even if you
> only used integers in the source. There's a good reason why the SH port
> builds with '-mno-implicit-fp' and why all other ports should have this
> _before_ it becomes a problem rather than afterwards.
I was wondering about this yesterday when toying with the -march options
we now pass. With (for eg) -march=c3, we now tell gcc it can emit 3dnow
instructions if it wants, likewise SSE/SSE2 in other -march options.
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