--- Comment #2 from NicolasChauvet <kwizart(a)gmail.com> 2008-09-17 17:02:24 ---
That's an interesting case for sse2 and atlas. But clearly i do not plan to
have this feature enabled in this case.
There no reason to have sse2 enabled on i386 since we need to make a choice
between -fPIC and sse2. and using Position independant code will be better on
x86 for a "big" shared library and it will be possible to use prelink on it
(whereas it isn't with nonpic library).
Furthermore, dependencies building will not fail with "trying to link against
x86_32 code, needs to recompile with -fPIC."
Testing case for this package was amule (tested on x86 and x86_64).
But was only tested at buildtime. Test at runtime would be nice.
According to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X86-64
Every x86_64 cpu have sse2 already. so it doesn't worth the case to disable it.
Package also built fine on ppc ppc64
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