Support for w*ndows
tg at gmplib.org
Mon Nov 28 23:24:16 CET 2011
Torbjorn Granlund <tg at gmplib.org> writes:
I did something similar to the mechanism for nails. An assembly file
that supports more than the standard ABI need to provide ABI
In configure, for environments that do not comply to the standard ABI,
we need to issue a statement declaration
Finally, in the loop for selecting mpn code, when GMP_NONSTD_ABI is set,
files without the corresponding ABI_SUPPORT seclaration will be skipped.
Things seem to work well on a virtual dos64 machine around here.
I pushed this change.
I have converted 4 assembly files with 5 functions to support Windoze-64
under cygwin and mingw64, providing mul_1, addmul_1, submul_1,
mul_basecase, and sqr_basecase.
For the first 3 functions I made the port in a tricker way, resulting in
no extra overhead. The last 2 files just use a mechanism similar to the
one Niels described which is used by Nettle crypto library.
It probably could take some cleanup; some things are now repeated for
each asm file. The DOS64_ENTRY macro is somewhat dumb, and cannot
handle sign/zero extension of stack-based parameters. It therefore only
handles the (up to) 4 register parameters.
Converting more asm files is not hard, but it is also no terrible hurry.
The improved configure will use the converted files and ignore the rest.
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