Help with string.S
greyham at research.canon.com.au
Thu Aug 17 10:50:57 EST 2000
Thanks for the response...
Graham Stoney wrote:
> I tried dropping in the new improved version from linux-2.4.0-test7-pre4,
> and none of the 8xx mods are in there: it'l only work for 32 byte cache
tom_gall at vnet.ibm.com writes:
> That's not right. Which version of linux-2.4.0-x do you have? I'm sure Paul's,
> Cort's and and I know for sure mine work for more than 32 byte cache lines
> because 2 of my boxes have 128 byte cache lines and there's support in there
> for it. (Paul wrote it... awesome stuff)
I'm talking about linux-2.4.0-test7-pre4, from:
I believe this is the latest test snapshot of what will soon become the
official 2.4. Is there some other repository I should be looking at for the
lastest ppc stuff?
> This isn't the only spot too by the way ... glibc has the some problem.
Yes, in sysdeps/powerpc/memset.S. This is easily enough solved by nuking it,
and allowing glibc to use the generic C version.
> > It sounds like a few people have at least had a shot at adding support
> > for other than 32 byte cache lines, but none have propagated into the
> > official kernels; how does that happen anyway?
> By official are you meaning Linus' ?
Yes. Do I need to run BitKeeper to keep up with the latest ppc changes?
They don't seem to be making it in to Linus's kernel...
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