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Re: Define for arm64?


You can use '__aarch64__' as 64bit of arm.

Best regards,

2014-04-28 3:58 GMT+09:00 Helge Kreutzmann <debian@helgefjell.de>:
> Hello,
> I'm (upstream) maintainer of a little "tool" (consider it a toy ...)
> called linuxinfo. It currently does not support arm64. For general arm
> support I use the following compiler directive:
> #if defined(__arm__)
> #define system_arm
> #endif
> This does not catch arm64, however. What is the correct term for arm64?
> Also I would be glad if you could provide me with the output of
> /proc/cpuinfo on some arm64 machines (and if possible, for better
> support, some other (arm) machines as well).
> With that information I'll add support for arm64 in the next revision
> of linuxinfo.
> Thanks a lot!
>             Helge
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