Quality for binary distributions

Torbjörn Granlund tg at gmplib.org
Mon Jun 22 07:43:01 UTC 2015

bodrato at mail.dm.unipi.it writes:

  A "generic" (I mean, not recognised) CPU_TYPE should hit all the C
  versions, doesn't it? Or we can also have different C sources compiled for
  different CPUs? (e.g. selected by JACOBI_BASE_METHOD ?)
  Maybe testing at least the "generic" CPU should hit almost any
Something like x86_64-*-* and i386-*-* would hit the max number of
mpn/generic C functions.

You're probably right about JACOBI_BASE_METHOD.  :-(

Then we actually have some to-be-compiled code in mpn's cpu specific
sub-directories.  Try: find mpn -type f | grep -v generic | grep '[.]c$'

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