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Re: [PATCH 2/5] New target port: Andes 'nds32'. (opcode)

2013/7/10 Joseph S. Myers <>:
> Where is the source code for this patch?  That is, the CGEN CPU
> description (for addition to the cpu/ directory).  Almost all this patch
> appears to be generated files (which aren't needed in the diff; you just
> need to give instructions for the person committing the patch to generate
> them with CGEN).

Because we modified some general parts of CGEN,  I did not send the source
code in this patch. The modification for two reason:
1. Add instruction print handler to disassemble more information for
2. In our target design, there are big and little endian for data but always big
    endian for instruction.   In original CGEN, it does not support
different data
    and instruction endian, so we modified it.

We plan to write this part (opcode/) by ourselves not generating by
CGEN in the feature.
So, do I have to send all the modification of CGEN?

Thanks for your comment.

Best regards,
Kuan-Lin Chen.

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