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Author mark.dickinson
Recipients alexandre.vassalotti, amaury.forgeotdarc, christian.heimes, eric.smith, gvanrossum, jaredgrubb, mark.dickinson, nascheme, noam, pitrou, preston, rhettinger, tim.peters
Date 2009-04-18.18:08:30
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Yes, I think you're right.

Perhaps the SSE2 support should be turned into an --enable-sse2 configure 
option, that's disabled by default?  One problem with this is that I don't 
know how to enable SSE2 instructions for compilers other than gcc, so the option would only apply to gcc-based systems.

Disabling SSE2 would just mean that all x86/gcc systems would end up using 
the inline assembler to get and set the control word;  so we'd still get 
short float repr everywhere we did before.
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