author "Yann E. MORIN" <>
Mon Jul 30 20:02:13 2007 +0000 (2007-07-30)
changeset 305 00a7e6c275da
parent 191 e9483f539bce
child 338 43ff52fb85e6
permissions -rw-r--r--
Remove any reference to libfloat. That has gone once and for all.

Most of the time, soft-float problems are caused by this sucker of gcc:
it has support for soft float for all of the targets I've tried so far,
but does not activate this code until you dwelve into half a dozen of
files to make it accept to build and link the support code...

So, yes: gcc has soft-float support. And again, yes: gcc is a sucker.
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