Manolis Kiagias wrote:
Every type is documented in gcc(1) except core and core2.... do these
actually do anything?
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
2008/8/30 Aryeh M. Friedman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
I just switched from amd64 to i386 8-current on a machine and was using
CPUTYPE?=nocona but want to know:
a) Is this still correct for a intel dual core e6850 (3.0GHz)
b) Is there a file that contains all the CPUTYPES and a description
processors belong to which type?
I think that's a gcc thing, more or less.
man gcc gives a pretty exhaustive list of the cpu types
(and synonyms) which you may set.
You can also see a list of CPUTYPEs in the examples:
core and core2 exist (in 7.0-RELEASE). I guess core2 is what you are
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