2: This is a generic file for 32-bit machines with IEEE FP arithmetic (no VMS).
3: It only supports indirect threading.
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7: This file is part of Gforth.
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24: /* define this if IEEE singles and doubles are available as C data types */
25: #define IEEE_FP
27: /* the IEEE types are used only for loading and storing */
28: /* the IEEE double precision type */
29: typedef double DFloat;
30: /* the IEEE single precision type */
31: typedef float SFloat;
33: #ifndef USE_FTOS
34: #ifndef USE_NO_FTOS
35: /* keep top of FP stack in register. Since most processors have FP
36: registers and they are hardly used in gforth, this is usually a
37: good idea. The 88100 has no separate FP regs, but many general
38: purpose regs, so it should be ok */
39: #define USE_FTOS
42: /* I don't do the same for the data stack (i.e. USE_TOS), since this
43: loses on processors with few registers. USE_TOS might be defined in
44: the processor-specific files */
46: #ifdef DIRECT_THREADED
47: /* If you want direct threading, write a .h file for your processor! */
48: /* We could put some stuff here that causes a compile error, but then
49: we could not use this file in the other machine.h files */