Luca Cinquepalmi cinquepalmi at planetek.it
Fri Nov 29 13:19:37 UTC 2013

But -msoft-float is used when you wnat to simulate FP coprocessor. It is 
a SW library.
In my case I have a real FP coprocessor, so I don't need to use it. Do 
you agree?

Il 29/11/2013 14:06, Sebastian Huber ha scritto:
> On 2013-11-29 13:57, Luca Cinquepalmi wrote:
>> BSP is leon2 and these are my GCC options:
>> -specs bsp-specs -qrtems -mcpu=V8
> Did you build the BSP with these options?  The default options are:
> CPU_CFLAGS = -mcpu=cypress -msoft-float
> With them there will be no floating point support at all no matter 
> which task attributes you use.

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