In our previous episode, Adriaan van Os said:
> > Long double is probably 10-byte extended, but verify that by compiling and
> > running a small C program for your distro.
> I assume that the FPC clongdouble type has the right size ?
> I checked on OS X (x86) where FPC longdouble is 10-byte, FPC clongdouble
> is 16-byte and GCC long double is 16 byte too.
Maybe a heritage of PPC that did have a 128-bit fp type. But x86/x86_64 to my
knowledge doesn't have such type, and I just tested and Linux
Afaik some work has gone in softfloat in the last years, and maybe there is
an emulated 128-bit type now, but that is news for me. (Florian,Jonas: ?)
> So, as long as I use clongdouble for the external declarations, there
> should be no problem (I hope).
glibc might have changed from ye old days when it was 80-bit. Which is why I
recommended to double check in the first place.
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