[PATCH 06/61] 8xx: Don't call non-existent Soft_emulate_8xx from SoftwareEmulation.
galak at kernel.crashing.org
Wed Jul 18 15:05:13 EST 2007
On Jul 17, 2007, at 8:33 PM, Scott Wood wrote:
> On arch/ppc, Soft_emulate_8xx was used when full math emulation was
> turned off to emulate a minimal subset of floating point load/store
> instructions, to avoid needing a soft-float toolchain. This function
> is called, but not present, on arch/powerpc, causing a build error
> if floating point emulation is turned off.
> As soft-float toolchains are now common, I'm deleting the call rather
> than moving Soft_emulate_8xx over to arch/powerpc.
We should move the Soft_emulate_8xx code over. I see no reason to
break a usage model that existed in arch/ppc.
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