Compiling for RISCY without FP?
Yes, the "f" in "-march" means the compiler will emit floating point instructions. If you don't have the "f", but still use floats in your code then software emulation routines will be inserted for you.

To override the default "-march" flags, you can set PULP_FC_ARCH_CFLAGS in your application's Makefile.

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RE: Compiling for RISCY without FP? - by bluewww - 01-28-2021, 03:47 AM

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