I succeed to control the power of my PIII 600MHz with MinGW and SSE.
There is good possibility to run between 1Gflops and 1.6Gflops. :-)
I have heard that it is possible to build dll libraries.
I am quite interested, because I have a standart Visual C++ which
is very cheap, but cannot support compiling SSE(without costly upgrates to
I would like to know if the MinGW dll are fully compatible with Visual C++
And if I could put my SSE stuff in it, to get SSE tiger power in my Visual
Are there special cares togenerate the dlls?
A last question: Do you have support to OpenPTC and Titan?
Thanks again for your support.
>From: Greg Chicares <chicares@...>
>To: Bernard de Cuyper <bern_bdc@...>,
>Subject: Re: [Mingw-users] Re: [Mingw-msys] SIMD SSE pentium III on Windows
>98, NT,... PROBLEM
>Date: Thu, 12 Dec 2002 18:26:46 -0500
>Bernard de Cuyper wrote:
> > Hi Greg,
> > bad news, with your flag -mfpmath=sse'
> > I got all the time cc1: SSE instruction disabled, using 387 arithmtics.
> > How can I switch that?
> > If I add -msse, cc1 do not complain!!
> > What is happening?
>Sorry, I don't know any more about this.
>Maybe it would help to search the gcc
>mailing list archives.
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