Ville Skyttä wrote:
> On Friday 30 January 2009, Bill Nottingham wrote:
>> Kevin Fenzi ([email protected]) said, in the FESCo meeting summary:
>>> * Architecture Support
>> * 32-bit x86 would be built for i686 by default. 586-compatible processors
>> would no longer be supported.
>> * i386: -march=i586 -mtune=generic
> Should the latter be -march=i686?
I was wondering this too but in the opposite direction -- why build
everything for i686 by default if we're only updating the compiler flags
Jakub's email sparking this Feature listed the major benefit from
getting new instructions with -march=i486. He then listed additional
helpful instructions when using -march=i586. Nothing listed for
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