Different behaviour of RTEMS in QEMU/i386 and SPARC

Sebastian Huber sebastian.huber at embedded-brains.de
Mon Oct 31 10:55:27 UTC 2011

On 10/31/2011 11:50 AM, Constantine "chicky" Giotopoulos wrote:
> The original program is not using any RTEMS directives, it's just a bunch of
> functions that execute floating point operations, that can be compiled and run
> on any machine with a compiler. The only option needed when compiling it is
> "-lm" because it utilizes the "math.h" library. Since its execution is
> proceeding normally means that the CPU is able to handle the operations. Even
> if the CPU couldn't handle the operation, it would have presented somekind of
> "defect" of "flaw" message.

Which GCC and GCC options do you use to compile it to run outside of Qemu?

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