[PATCH v5 00/23] ILP32 for ARM64
andrey.konovalov at linaro.org
Thu Oct 1 09:42:04 PDT 2015
On 10/01/2015 02:36 PM, Mark Brown wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 01, 2015 at 12:19:31PM +0100, Catalin Marinas wrote:
>> On Wed, Sep 30, 2015 at 05:41:03PM +0100, Mark Brown wrote:
>>> Indeed. On that subject there was some discussion at Linaro Connect
>>> last week about work (being done outside Linaro, not sure how public it
>>> is at this point) to pull together the current state of the art into a
>>> Docker container image which people can use for benchmarking and as a
>>> reference for how to pull things together. That should help with the
>>> analysis, it'll at least make it easier for other people to reproduce
>>> any benchmarking results.
Using Docker image sounds like a great idea.
>> That's fine and I would welcome it. However, I'm definitely against
>> using non-agreed ABI and further spreading such toolchains (or kernel
> You might want to speak to some of your colleagues about that... in any
> case I'll reply off list later today with information on the third party
> working on this so you can get in touch, like I say I'm not sure how
> public that work is at this point.
>> patches; Linaro's tracking kernel has kept these patches for a long
>> time, even though the ABI has been NAK'ed).
> I know, I'm not thrilled about that either. :/
Same for me.
As you have noticed, ILP32 was removed from Linaro's tracking kernel recently.
The thing is that we (builds&baselines team in Linaro) have been requested
to have a CI loop for ILP32. So I'll continue running it, but will use a
separate git branch for ILP32. The linux-linaro branch will not have ILP32
any more (or at least until ILP32 ABI is agreed on).
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