> > > > The same problem arises for ARM. gcc can target any of the ARM > > processors, but fails to be multilib for them, especially wrt > > big/little endian issues. > > Are there any ARM big endian CPUs? I've never heared of such ... > Yes. The Intel IXP425 is a well known (and widely used) example. Although it can run in little endian mode, this is done seldomly as there are complications when using the on chip network processing engines (NPEs). Cheers, Peter (p2).
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