[Buildroot] libmad and AVR32 optimisations

Gilles Talis gilles.talis at gmail.com
Wed Feb 20 22:58:29 UTC 2013


There is small issue in the AVR32 optimization patch [1]. This is root
cause for autobuild failures: e01f5a5484299dce1797966445f3972583c67b22
and 7ed0563fbbfc19c93ec5be35d3b6a95e496b4c5d.
Reason is that some fixed-point math routines are implemented in
architecture-specific files. If "architecture-specific optimizations"
option is disabled from the build configuration, these routines are not
compiled, but libmad is built with references to these functions though.

My question is: is this issue worth fixing? I assume that libmad users will
usually enable all possible architecture-specific optimizations.


[1] package/libmad/libmad-0.15.1b-optimization.patch.avr32
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