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Re: NWFPE, -O and shark

According to Philip Blundell:
> You need to find out what instruction it is dying on.  Rebuilding your kernel 
> with CONFIG_DEBUG_USER might give you that information, otherwise you could 
> use the debugger.  Once you know the faulting address, disassemble the region 
> of code surrounding it and let us see the results.

Ok, you asked for it: the instruction is "sqtd    f0, f1". I don't 
know what it does, but if I comment it out, no illegal instruction
is reported. In the non-optimized version of the assembler file this
instruction does not appear. Does that help?


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