Changeset e3abc25c for installer/lib


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Timestamp:
Jun 8, 2011 8:07:53 AM (10 years ago)
Author:
kytv <kytv@…>
Branches:
master
Children:
54ed70a
Parents:
00f27509
Message:

New jbigi/jcpuid compiles for Windows.

Compiled using mingw32 in Windows XP (gcc —version returns v4.5.2).

As was done with the Linux and FreeBSD builds, jbigi was linked with gmp-4.3.2
for the 32bit cpus and 5.0.2 for the 64bit CPUs.

Since there current isn't a free version of the wrapper for x64 Windows, there
aren't any x64 versions of these dlls.

Location:
installer/lib/jbigi
Files:
8 added
12 edited

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  • installer/lib/jbigi/README.txt

    r00f27509 re3abc25c  
    4040   - 32 bit libjcpuid-linux-x86.so updated, compiled with -fPIC.
    4141   - 64 bit libjcpuid-linux-x86_64.so added, compiled with -fPIC.
     42   - 32 bit libjcpuid-freebsd-x86.so updated, compiled with -fPIC.
     43   - 64 bit libjcpid-freebsd-x86_64.so added, compiled with -fPIC.
     44   - 32 bit libjcpuid-x86-solaris.so added, compiled with -fPIC.
     45   - 32 bit jcpuid-windows.dll updated (no PIC for Windows).
    4246   - See also javadoc and code in CPUID.java
    4347  jbigi:
     
    4751     except for athlon64 and pentium4, which use GMP 5.0.2.
    4852   - All 64 bit linux files updated with GMP 5.0.2.
    49    - libjbigi-windows-athlon64.dll deleted, it was a duplicate of
    50      libjbigi-windows-athlon.dll. NativeBigInteger now uses athlon as
    51      a fallback for all 64-bit processors.
     53   - All 32 bit freebsd files updated with GMP 4.3.2, compiled with -fPIC.
     54   - All 64 bit freebsd files are new and were linked with GMP 5.0.2.
     55   - All existing windows files were updated with GMP 4.3.2. Just as was
     56     done for the non-windows architectures, files for 64 bit CPUs were
     57     linked with GMP 5.0.2.
     58   - jbigi-windows-athlon64.dll was updated, it used to be duplicate of
     59     jbigi-windows-athlon.dll.
    5260   - Note that all new 64 bit files will use the _64 suffix. For example,
    5361     the old libjbigi-linux-athlon64.so file was 64 bit; now it is 32 bit
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