On Tue, Mar 13, 2001 at 05:32:36AM +1100, Bruce Evans wrote:

> k6-2 is already over-engineered.  The only difference between it and k6
> is 3dnow, but neither gcc nor any source files support 3dnow (now :-).

3dnow support exists in several ports, though.

OTOH, k6-3 doesn't add any new features, so it's debatable on those

> OTOH, bsd.cpu.mk is too under-engineered to support any compiler except
> gcc.  It unconditionally translates FreeBSD-specific names like k6-2 to
> gcc-specific flags like -march=k6.

I'm not sure what can be done about that -- is there a way for make(1)
to know it's being used with a gcc compiler so we can .ifdef the whole


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