Thank you for finally updating MinGW GCC to a point
where it supports SSE2 (even if - realistically - only P4's
and a few Celerons support it).
However, this is kind of negated by the fact that the
current MinGW BinUtils (2.14.90 if I'm not mistaken)
doesn't understand what an XMMWORD is.
The only way I have been able to compile SSE
instructions on GCC 3.2 was to hex-edit g++.exe (and
possibly a few others, can't quite remember) to
replace "XMMWORD" with "XWORD" (which did not seem
to be affected by the fact that XWORDS are only 96 bits
If I'm missing something blindingly obvious then feel free
to slap me, but I just thought this was worth bringing to
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