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Re: Support -r* processor type option for SGI C++ compiler

From: Ralf Wildenhues
Subject: Re: Support -r* processor type option for SGI C++ compiler
Date: Wed, 8 Dec 2004 18:42:49 +0100
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* Albert Chin wrote on Wed, Dec 08, 2004 at 05:04:19AM CET:
> With the SGI C++ compiler, -r* selects the CPU type:
>      -rprocessor Specifies the code scheduler.  processor can be one of the
>                  following options:
>                  Option  Action
>                  4000    Schedules code for the R4000 processor.
>                  5000    Schedules code for the R5000 processor.
>                  8000    Schedules code for the R8000 processor.
>                  10000   Schedules code for the R10000 processor.
>                  12000   Schedules code for the R12000 processor.
>                  14000   Schedules code for the R14000 processor.
>                  16000   Schedules code for the R16000 processor.


>                  This option adds the following to the head of the library
>                  search path, where processor is as you specified:
>                       -L/usr/lib{32,64}/mips{3,4}/processor

sounds to me like we may need to know more about this option and not
just allow it through plainly.  What kind of libraries do these paths
usually contain (e.g., low-level stuff like libc only as compared to
general-purpose libraries)?  Does the option also set rpath or have
other side-effects?  Are these options really like -mips[0-9] except
they allow finer-grained selection (then your patch would probably be


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