Marko Kreen <marko(at)l-t(dot)ee> writes:
> On Linux/ARM PostgreSQL may encounter 2 types of floating point emulation:
> 1) standard precision: Linux/NWFPE, GCC soft-float
> 2) reduced precision: Linux/FastFPE
I don't really see why we should consider the latter as a "pass".
The regression tests exist in part to inform you when you are using
a substandard platform. Lately it seems that people have adopted the
goal that all the tests should "pass" no matter what. I fundamentally
disagree with that.
regards, tom lane
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