[fpc-pascal] Arm EABI vs OABI [was:DateToStr in arm does not work!]

Luca Olivetti luca at ventoso.org
Fri Jul 6 12:37:49 CEST 2007

En/na Marco van de Voort ha escrit:
>> En/na Bernd Mueller ha escrit:
>>> I guess that fpc does not care about OABI/EABI. The compiler ether 
>>> generates fpu opcodes or not (when floating point is used). This depends 
>>> on the -CfSOFT option while building the compiler/rtl.
>> Yes, but I think that fpc generates its own syscalls (not going through 
>> libc), and if I'm not mistaken, these are different in OABI vs EABI
> FPC can do both, but syscalls are default because these binaries are more
> portable across distributions (and versions) than glibc and thus easier to
> deploy. (and recently, libc has been broken after the introduction of the
> new syscalls. There is a release blocking bugentry for that in Mantis, so I
> expect that to be solved soon).

But are they OABI or EABI under arm (or is there no difference?).


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