- m68k-020 and coldfire compatible binary - compiled for 32bit
Gemlib is the glue layer between applications and the low-level AES interface. It is the de facto standard for GEM applications developed with GCC. Now you can build all the software which requieres a more or less recent GEMLIB (For example cflib) with AHCC.
Thanks for the new version. I noticed that the plain 68k lib has about 2kb size savings. Aside from that are there other benefits of using the plain 68k lib on 68000 machines? Maybe small CPU savings since the lib no longer has to test for what machine it's running on? I have no complaints I'm simply trying to educate myself.