I don't remember the history very well. There used to be a
-l68881 and it looks like the mkfile has echoes of that time.
I don't recall what we did with the 387 but you can surely
find a solution.
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|| [9fans] 68881 and 387 libraries |
how can one make use of the assembly routines provided for
the 68881 and 387? i assume the code in /sys/src/libc gets
built into a library and loaded with -l387, but my initial
attemtps to do so failed.
on a seperate but related note, does the 386 linker and/or
assembler understand any of the various functions specific
to newer x86 chips?