On Mon, Jan 17, 2000 at 09:41:01PM -0600, Andrew R. Baker wrote:
> > correct one just leaves all exceptions disabled.
> > Btw, C9x provides interfaces to manipulate the exception bits.
> OK, I'll just set my test progs to clear the enable bits.
It may be hairy but I think you'll have to deal with exception sooner
or later ...
> I was basing my assumptions on what the sparc fpu system looked like. The
> code seems to infer that, in SMP, the fp emulator can be run for a process
> that is not 'current'. I'll stick with the direct access method than (I
> like it better anyway).
> I am going to try and add the rest of the ops this week and put something
> out for people to look at. Then I will clean it up some. Is there any
> disadvantage to leaving this as a module?
At least as in CVS the module doesn't make sense except for debugging -
we don't have a mechanism for loading it on demand.