I'll try and look at this next week. In the mean-time I have disabled
SSE2 by default.
If you already have SSE2 enabled you will have to disable it manually.
The default OFF setting only affects builds which see the SSE2 code for
the first time.
Tim Cootes wrote:
> Hi Ian,
> Unfortunately it looks like the SSE code is causing all sorts of problems.
> I've just spent half an hour trying to understand why a sampling test
> worked on one machine, and not on another, only to discover that I'd
> left the default SSE on on the machine on which it failed - the
> computation of an affine transformation was coming out completely wrong
> (it uses SVD and matrix arithmetic).
> (gcc 4.1.2 on my dual processor laptop under kubuntu linux).
> Have you had any luck with fixing this?
> Does the flag now default to OFF?