OK, since the developers forum is very quiet, I'm going to post this here.
I wrote the start of a library for floating point arithmetics, so far only +,-,*,/ and sqrt. It works with 80bits numbers but its ieee compatible in double (64 bits), and it should be easy to add float (32 bits) compatibility.
Its GPL, written in C and only uses +,-,<< and >> operations (for the Z80) and mostly 8-bit numbers.
If someone is interrested, I can mail the source, its about 8k.
I would be interested in such a a package.
i am instereted in this package…please mail me to firstname.lastname@example.org
Despite this message is rather old, I try to reach you here…
There's a thing I can't figure out: how do you make the compiler to provide you some 80bits binary constants from the C source file ?
As far as I can understand, this part of parsing rely on gcc libraries (or even yacc lexical conf…)
Or did I miss something ?
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