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2012-03-21fix DECIMAL_DIG definitionsRich Felker-2/+6
DECIMAL_DIG is not the same as LDBL_DIG type_DIG is the maximimum number of decimal digits that can survive a round trip from decimal to type and back to decimal. DECIMAL_DIG is the minimum number of decimal digits required in order for any floating point type to survive the round trip to decimal and back, and it is generally larger than LDBL_DIG. since the exact formula is non-trivial, and defining it larger than necessary may be legal but wasteful, just define the right value in bits/float.h.
2012-03-21initial, very primitive strfmonRich Felker-0/+98
2012-03-20x86_64 math asm, long double functions onlyRich Felker-0/+239
this has not been tested heavily, but it's known to at least assemble and run in basic usage cases. it's nearly identical to the corresponding i386 code, and thus expected to be just as correct or just as incorrect.
2012-03-20limits.h: support gcc's -funsigned-charRich Felker-2/+10
some software apparently uses this and breaks with musl due to mismatching definitions...
2012-03-20Merge remote branch 'nsz/master'Rich Felker-198/+127
2012-03-20upgrade to latest upstream TRE regex code (0.8.0)Rich Felker-1168/+1037
the main practical results of this change are 1. the regex code is no longer subject to LGPL; it's now 2-clause BSD 2. most (all?) popular nonstandard regex extensions are supported I hesitate to call this a "sync" since both the old and new code are heavily modified. in one sense, the old code was "more severely" modified, in that it was actively hostile to non-strictly-conforming expressions. on the other hand, the new code has eliminated the useless translation of the entire regex string to wchar_t prior to compiling, and now only converts multibyte character literals as needed. in the future i may use this modified TRE as a basis for writing the long-planned new regex engine that will avoid multibyte-to-wide character conversion entirely by compiling multibyte bracket expressions specific to UTF-8.
2012-03-20nearbyint optimization (only clear inexact when necessary)nsz-19/+29
old code saved/restored the fenv (the new code is only as slow as that when inexact is not set before the call, but some other flag is set and the rounding is inexact, which is rare) before: bench_nearbyint_exact 5000000 N 261 ns/op bench_nearbyint_inexact_set 5000000 N 262 ns/op bench_nearbyint_inexact_unset 5000000 N 261 ns/op after: bench_nearbyint_exact 10000000 N 94.99 ns/op bench_nearbyint_inexact_set 25000000 N 65.81 ns/op bench_nearbyint_inexact_unset 10000000 N 94.97 ns/op
2012-03-20remove a fixme commentnsz-3/+2
2012-03-20clean up pow.c and powf.cnsz-57/+43
fix comments about special cases
2012-03-20clean up powl.cnsz-92/+47
fix special cases, use multiplication instead of scalbnl
2012-03-20fix a cbrtl.c regression and remove x87 precision settingnsz-27/+6
2012-03-20Merge branch 'master' of git://
2012-03-20optimize scalbn familyRich Felker-7/+46
the fscale instruction is slow everywhere, probably because it involves a costly and unnecessary integer truncation operation that ends up being a no-op in common usages. instead, construct a floating point scale value with integer arithmetic and simply multiply by it, when possible. for float and double, this is always possible by going to the next-larger type. we use some cheap but effective saturating arithmetic tricks to make sure even very large-magnitude exponents fit. for long double, if the scaling exponent is too large to fit in the exponent of a long double value, we simply fallback to the expensive fscale method. on atom cpu, these changes speed up scalbn by over 30%. (min rdtsc timing dropped from 110 cycles to 70 cycles.)
2012-03-19remquo asm: return quotient mod 8, as intended by the specRich Felker-17/+26
this is a lot more efficient and also what is generally wanted. perhaps the bit shuffling could be more efficient...
2012-03-20Merge branch 'master' of git://
2012-03-19use alternate formula for acos asm to avoid loss of precisionRich Felker-3/+11
2012-03-20Merge branch 'master' of git://
2012-03-19Merge remote branch 'nsz/master'Rich Felker-806/+655
2012-03-19fix exp asmRich Felker-23/+22
exponents (base 2) near 16383 were broken due to (1) wrong cutoff, and (2) inability to fit the necessary range of scalings into a long double value. as a solution, we fall back to using frndint/fscale for insanely large exponents, and also have to special-case infinities here to avoid inf-inf generating nan. thankfully the costly code never runs in normal usage cases.
2012-03-19Merge branch 'master' of git://
2012-03-19code cleanup of named constantsnsz-623/+513
zero, one, two, half are replaced by const literals The policy was to use the f suffix for float consts (1.0f), but don't use suffix for long double consts (these consts can be exactly represented as double).
2012-03-19fix remainder*.c: remove useless long double castnsz-15/+6
2012-03-19don't try to create non-standard denormalization signalnsz-7/+4
Underflow exception is only raised when the result is invalid, but fmod is always exact. x87 has a denormalization exception, but that's nonstandard. And the superflous *1.0 will be optimized away by any compiler that does not honor signaling nans.
2012-03-19Merge remote branch 'nsz/master'Rich Felker-80/+3
2012-03-19new modff.c code, fix nan handling in modflnsz-44/+26
2012-03-19use scalbn or *2.0 instead of ldexp, fix fmalnsz-101/+102
Some code assumed ldexp(x, 1) is faster than 2.0*x, but ldexp is a wrapper around scalbn which uses multiplications inside, so this optimization is wrong. This commit also fixes fmal which accidentally used ldexp instead of ldexpl loosing precision. There are various additional changes from the work-in-progress const cleanups.
2012-03-19fix long double const workaround in cbrtlnsz-5/+1
2012-03-19don't inline __rem_pio2l so the code size is smallernsz-9/+2
2012-03-19minor fix in __tanl (get sign properly)nsz-2/+1
2012-03-19bug fix: wrong opcode for writing long longRich Felker-2/+2
2012-03-19remove long double const workaroundsnsz-79/+2
Some long double consts were stored in two doubles as a workaround for x86_64 and i386 with the following comment: /* Long double constants are slow on these arches, and broken on i386. */ This is most likely old gcc bug related to the default x87 fpu precision setting (it's double instead of double extended on BSD).
2012-03-19fix erfl wrapper for long double==double casensz-1/+1
2012-03-19asm for log1pRich Felker-0/+45
2012-03-19asm for log2Rich Felker-0/+21
2012-03-19asm for remquoRich Felker-0/+43
this could perhaps use some additional testing for corner cases, but it seems to be correct.
2012-03-19optimize exponential asm for i386Rich Felker-58/+77
up to 30% faster exp2 by avoiding slow frndint and fscale functions. expm1 also takes a much more direct path for small arguments (the expected usage case).
2012-03-19Merge remote branch 'nsz/master'Rich Felker-163/+208
2012-03-19fix broken modf family functionsRich Felker-27/+66
2012-03-19asm for modf functionsRich Felker-0/+45
2012-03-19simplify scalbn*.c implementationsnsz-152/+65
The old scalbn.c was wrong and slow, the new one is just slow. (scalbn(0x1p+1023,-2097) should give 0x1p-1074, but the old code gave 0)
2012-03-19Merge branch 'master' of git://
2012-03-19asm for floor/ceil/truncRich Felker-0/+75
2012-03-19Merge branch 'master' of git://
2012-03-19asm for scalbn familyRich Felker-0/+64
unlike some implementations, these functions perform the equivalent of gcc's -ffloat-store on the result before returning. this is necessary to raise underflow/overflow/inexact exceptions, perform the correct rounding with denormals, etc.
2012-03-19asm for inverse trig functionsRich Felker-0/+93
unlike trig functions, these are easy to do in asm because they do not involve (arbitrary-precision) argument reduction. fpatan automatically takes care of domain issues, and in asin and acos, fsqrt takes care of them for us.
2012-03-19Merge branch 'master' of git://
2012-03-18asm for log functionsRich Felker-0/+42
2012-03-18fix broken exponential asmRich Felker-1/+21
infinities were getting converted into nans. the new code simply tests for infinity and replaces it with a large magnitude value of the same sign. also, the fcomi instruction is apparently not part of the i387 instruction set, so avoid using it.
2012-03-18asm for lrint family on i386Rich Felker-0/+46
2012-03-19Merge branch 'master' of git://