On Thu, Apr 20, 2000 at 04:08:58PM +0200, Kevin D. Kissell wrote:
> If, having tried that trick, the trap handler gets invoked again,
> things are more serious, and the limited emulator is invoked.
I understood that aftersome loops over the code :)
> if it was actually a problem), and as such the force_sig() should
> use the value returned by compute_return_epc() as the signal
I dont think compute_return_epc returns a signal value.
> number, and not SIGFPE, and the signal should really be
> sent to the process, not just noted as a signal wannabe.
I think this was due to a annoyed user whos process died
always when the fpu instruction got emulated :)
> I was going to make another cleanup pass over traps.c this
> week, so it looks like you've found me another nit to excise.
> (Although we've got the full-blown Algorithmics emulator
> in our source base - coming soon to a repository near you -
> we kept the old stuff around for people wanting to build for
> a minimal footprint).
How much is the full emulator as binary ?
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