Author mark.dickinson
Recipients mark.dickinson, pitrou
Date 2009-03-29.13:02:54
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> My best guess is that you somehow ended up in a situation where the math 
> module was using the x87 FPU for floating-point, while the interpreter 
> core was using SSE2.  Is this possible?

I should also have said that this would fit with the 32-bit/64-bit
stuff:  I *think* it's true that for gcc on Linux, in the absence of 
compiler flags, a 64-bit build defaults to using SSE2 while a 32-bit build 
defaults to x87.
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