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- May 14 2014, 7:57 AM (354 w, 5 d)
Yeah, you're right, I've been neck deep in linux and internal OS regulatory domain stuff too much recently :(
Let's look at the maxpower more carefully!
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Jan 22 2021
err? ok, let me go and re-revisit this again.
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- Update to only do this with GCC
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Jan 12 2021
(I haven't forgotten about this; I only just got mips32 to boot again...)
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ryan - I'll push this later today, but i figured you would want to see it as well :-)
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Whoops, remove another cast
Updated to reduce casting and use better variable types
Update from markj
Nov 12 2020
update based on comment from brooks@
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Nov 4 2020
Hm, wanna see if it compiles using gcc-6 instead? mips32 SHOULD compile now, as long as you disable ZFS.
Hm, how's this work on mips32? Has anyone spun this up in qemu on malta+mips32?
Nov 2 2020
Update with imp's comments
Nov 1 2020
hi! please lemme know what you think!
Oct 18 2020
who has test hardware that can test this and report back?
I've fixed the warnings here - https://reviews.freebsd.org/D26839
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Oct 15 2020
- Updating D26804: [gnuregex] Fix size demotion rounding errors that have crept up with later gcc #
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- it fails on 32 bit compilations and we don't special case libnetmap to only compile on 64 bit platforms
- it fails on 64 bit platforms when compiling lib32, which blocks the amd64 buildworld
- since nr_options is a uint64_t and we're using it as a pointer type, we really should not be assuming pointer == sizeof(int type) like this