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CONFIG_FP32XX_HYBRID_FPRS: Run FP32 & FPXX code with hybrid FPRs

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_FP32XX_HYBRID_FPRS:

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The hybrid FPR scheme is normally used only when a program needs to execute a mix of FP32 & FP64A code, since the trapping & emulation that it entails is expensive. When enabled, this option will lead to the kernel running programs which use the FP32 & FPXX FP ABIs using the hybrid FPR scheme, which can be useful for debugging purposes.

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