[Flac-dev] 0.10 released
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Thu Jun 7 14:49:01 PDT 2001
> I've noticed that the assemblerized i386 version creates a different
> output file from the C version (alpha, sparc). Is that a known
yes. the base type C floating point type used in libFLAC is
now 32-bit float. so in C-land intermediate results tend to
be affected by that precision whereas in the assembly code,
we are free to stay in the 80-bit FPU stack as long as possible
to keep the accuracy up. in some cases it will help the
but the resulting files in either case are valid.
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