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Re: make CGEN a less moving target?


Frank Ch. Eigler writes:
 > Hi -
 > 
 > >  > The most important value is the base-insn-size.  This should be
 > >  > large enough to include all opcode-like bits in the longest
 > >  > instruction, so most likely 16 or even 32 for this chip.  [...]
 > > 
 > > If the definition of base-insn-size has been changed to this that's a bummer.
 > > When did this go in?
 > 
 > I believe this is a practical description of what actually tends
 > to work with the opcodes/sim/sid runtimes, and does not relate to
 > any recent patches.

So how about rephrase it as:
This is what the h/w first fetches to decode an insn.
For non-liw architectures this is the size of the smallest instruction.


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