On 12/22/2010 06:30:13 AM, Chris Tyler wrote:
There is an expected performance gain with the switch to hardfp, but
that's a big challenge: you can't mix softfp and hardfp, so switching
hardfp is like bootstrapping an entirely new architecture.
Since fedora has no problem mixing 32 and 64 bit executables it
seems like there's alot of infrastructure already done for this.
challenge is that the gcc used in Fedora does not yet support hardfp
ack. hard to work around that!