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Re: sparc ABI status ?

On Mon, Dec 06, 2004 at 10:22:26AM -0500, James A. Morrison wrote:
> Bill Allombert <allomber@math.u-bordeaux.fr> writes:
> > Hello Sparc porters,
> > 
> > My package pari include assembly code for several sparc ABI
> > sparcv7, sparcv8_super and sparcv8_super.
> > Which one should I choose ? Is it true that sparcv7 is no more
> > supported by Debian/sparc ?
>  SPARC v8plus is the default ABI.

Is that sparcv8_super or sparcv8_micro ?

> > Secondly, what is the status of the Debian/sparc64 port ?
>  Debian SPARC is a 32 bit userspace.  However, some base packages are also for
> sparc64.  E.g., GCC, GlibC, libncurses.  So you can compile whatever programs
> you want in 64 bit mode.

I thought they was a mechanism to rebuild a Debian package in 64 bit
mode. This is important here since this package need to use 64bit asm
file in this case.

Bill. <ballombe@debian.org>

Imagine a large red swirl here. 

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