cc can't build 32-bit executables on amd64

Alexey Karagodov karagodov at
Tue May 2 15:22:46 UTC 2006

workaround i use: 32-bit jail on amd64 system ... not so bad ...

2006/5/2, Mikhail Teterin <mi+kde at>:
> On Tuesday 02 May 2006 05:59, Peter Jeremy wrote:
> = But probably not as fast since it's using a generic 'C' core instead
> = of a hand-tweaked assembler core. I read Mikhail's comment as meaning
> = that it is possible to build non-trivial 32-bit executables on amd64,
> = there's just work still needed to make this work as a general case.
> Thanks, Peter. You are correct, that was my meaning.
> Interestingly, the assembler-optimized 32-bit routines made lame slower
> than
> the native 64-bit code in my experiments (one may wish to compare
> assembler
> vs. C lame on i386 too). But it all *worked*, which was the point...
>        -mi
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