[fpc-devel] Another thread about the fact that official FPC releases are *unnecessarily* non-representative of the platforms it actually runs on
denisgolovan at yandex.ru
Sun Sep 27 21:38:13 CEST 2020
> See above. It perfectly shows why it is frightening (not the basic
> stuff, but the transcendent functions):
> - there are little libraries being really IEEE compliant for float128
> - if they are IEEE compliant, their license does not allow to use the
> code in the FPC rtl.
Ok, the license is the problem.
However I still fail to see why full 128bit support is necessary for 80bit Extended.
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