[Ffmpeg-cvslog] r6729 - trunk/configure
Wed Oct 18 21:29:33 CEST 2006
On 10/18/06, M?ns Rullg?rd <mru at inprovide.com> wrote:
> gpoirier said:
> > Author: gpoirier
> > Date: Wed Oct 18 14:33:42 2006
> > New Revision: 6729
> > Modified:
> > trunk/configure
> > Log:
> > rename --tune to --cpu and make --cpu pass the apropriate -march=xx option to the
> > compiler.
> > Note that previous implementation (--tune) wasn't consistent with regards to
> > setting -march/-mcpu/-mtune whereas current --cpu now is
> This is wrong. GCC is inconsistent between architectures about the names of those
> flags. This change is likely to break builds on all but x86 machines.
Let me see. As far as I can see, x86 is the only arch for which -march
is documented as setting -mpcu or -mtune too.
On other arches, it's not documented as such (but maybe the behaviour
is the same, who knows?)
M?ns, if you haven't already, please read the patch and tell me if it
does what it's supposed to:
--cpu sets the base intruction emitting scheme (-march);
--tune (the one that is to come when I write it, not the old --tune)
sets the scheduling heuristic and other things that just make it run
better on the selected target. This is supposed to be controlled by
-mcpu or -mtune depending on GCC version (prior 3.4 uses -mcpu, the
newer uses -mtune).
So as far as I can see, unless you give me further details in what is
wrong with the way --cpu is implemented, my implementation seems
correct to me...
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