[PATCH] fixing SSE detection in solid

Thiago Macieira thiago at kde.org
Fri Feb 8 18:53:54 GMT 2008

On Friday 08 February 2008 19:16:00 Friedrich W. H. Kossebau wrote:
> But then, while you teach me better:
> What about bitshifts? Does the compiler also adapt the direction of the
> command? I suppose it is already defined in terms of MSB and LSB, with MSB
> being left to the LSB by definition? (I guess it works this way as I am on
> a Little-Endian machine and it works :)

Yes, that's the idea.

> So no IF ELSE ENDIF needed?

The convention on bit shifting is:
right shift = from MSB to LSB
left shift = from LSB to MSB

The idea is that you write numbers in "right-to-left" mode:
	0111 1101 1000

So when you shift rightwards, you shift towards LSB (bits become less 

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