> On Sun, 2004-02-22 at 13:52, Kevin D. Kissell wrote:
> > > Other than the responses you've already gotten, likely you'll need to
> > > compile with -march=r3900(or -mcpu=r3900 if it's an old toolchain) since
> > > the 3900 is missing a couple of r3000 instructions iirc.
> > The 3900 family should run MIPS I code compiled for the R3000.
> IIRC there were some standard MIPS I instructions that were not on the
I think you may be confusing MIPS I and MIPS II. I'm pretty darn certain
that the TX39 inplemented all of MIPS I, most of MIPS II, plus a MADD
extension. I'm not going to go instruction counting this morning, but the
TX39 spec declares up-front that it's a superset of the R3000A.