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## [Lightning] Floating point branches

 From: Mike Spivey Subject: [Lightning] Floating point branches Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2009 08:32:24 +0000 User-agent: Thunderbird 2.0.0.19 (X11/20090105)

```I encountered three problems with floating point branches on i386 with
the GIT version of lightning.  The patches shown below seem to work for
me, but I haven't made extensive tests.

-- Mike

(i) Instructions beqr_f, ... are not defined, but only beqr_d, ...  On
i386, they are the same, but maybe not on other architectures.
Solution:

#ifndef jit_beqr_f
#define jit_beqr_f(lab, a, b) jit_beqr_d(lab, a, b)
#define jit_bner_f(lab, a, b) jit_bner_d(lab, a, b)
#define jit_bgtr_f(lab, a, b) jit_bgtr_d(lab, a, b)
#define jit_bger_f(lab, a, b) jit_bger_d(lab, a, b)
#define jit_bltr_f(lab, a, b) jit_bltr_d(lab, a, b)
#define jit_bler_f(lab, a, b) jit_bler_d(lab, a, b)
#endif

(ii) The floating point branches depend on the existence of operations
JCm and JNCm that don't exist.  They should be synonyms for JBm and
JNBm.  Solution:

#ifndef JCm
#define JCm JBm
#define JNCm JNBm
#endif

(iii) The macro jit_fp_btest wrongly ends with a call to
res ((d), 0, 0, 0).  This should read res (d).  Solution:

#undef jit_fp_btest

#define jit_fp_btest(d, s1, s2, n, _and, cmp, res)             \
(((s1) == 0 ? FUCOMr((s2)) : (FLDr((s1)), FUCOMPr((s2) + 1))),    \
PUSHLr(_EAX),                                          \
FNSTSWr(_EAX),                                         \
SHRLir(n, _EAX),                                       \
((_and) ? ANDLir ((_and), _EAX) : 0),                  \
((cmp) ? CMPLir ((cmp), _AL) : 0),                     \
POPLr(_EAX),                                           \
res (d),                                               \
_jit.x.pc)

```

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