Monday, 2022-05-23

lkclprogrammerjake, no problem increasing the budget here
lkclghostmansd[m], tell you what let's go for it with the patches, be ready to pull them if OPF says so17:18
ghostmansd[m]lkcl, do you mean the CPU-based way?17:26
ghostmansd[m]With -mlibresoc and flag17:26
lkclyes. or, anything. let's get it going.17:56
lkclalan and peter will soon let us know through review what's needed17:58
ghostmansd[m]Ok. Ideally I'd like to at least see some patches I sent before submitted.18:27
ghostmansd[m]IIRC before we started mapping new instructions (both to vanilla PPC and SVP64) I has been thinking of how to implement EXTRA remapping.18:28
ghostmansd[m]I'll have to walk though irc log I guess :-)18:28
lkclthe ordering is quite obvious / dependent:19:05
lkcl* 8-to-16-bit opcode field increase patch19:05
lkcl* 32-bit setvl, svstep, svshape, svremap (as plain 32-bit ops)19:06
lkcl* SVP64 pieces19:06
lkcl* fcoss etc. btw which need to be joined by fcos etc.19:07
ghostmansd[m]Yeah that's the way it goes now. The order of the first two doesn't matter though.19:37
lkclprogrammerjake, i can add the DNS record but not the SSL certificate23:06
lkclbest to use a relative URL for now (which i can add if you know the appropriate nginx config snippet)23:06
programmerjakehmm, another option is to have the tls on my end...23:07
lkcli believe the SSL cert is specifically set up to prohibit that. if it was a completely different domain, no problem. as a subdomain, no.23:42
lkclplease find a relative url config (proxy pass) i can just cut/paste in23:43
programmerjakeafaict the certificate is not set up to prohibit that, the tls cert has no fields which could prohibit that, you're serving no http headers which could prohibit that, and you have no dns records which could prohibit that23:49

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