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*To*: allegro-cl@ucbvax.Berkeley.EDU*Subject*: inline floating point for ds 3100*From*: bachrach@gluttony.cs.umass.edu*Date*: Sun, 11 Feb 90 18:23:44 EST

I'm not able to get franz common lisp 3.1 beta to produce inline floating point for the decstation 3100 (specifically for the fft benchmark), but am able to get 3.1 beta to produce inline floating point for the sun3. Is there a newer version of franz common lisp that will produce inline floating point for the ds 3100? Does the latest version of franz common lisp for sparcStations produce inline floating code? We are considering the purchase of 3100's versus sparcStations. Is there any chance that your implementation will ever be able to return floats without producing garbage? It seems that it is possible -- maybe I'm being a bit naive. My application involves floating point intensive calculations that MUST be garbage free. Thus I can't use a good number of the floating point primitives because they cons when they return a float. Arrrrgh!!! -- jonathan bachrach (bachrach@cs.umass.edu)

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