On the RISC-V foundation's inability to ratify new things

By: Mylin Velodi (why.delete@this.doe.com), May 20, 2021 3:43 pm
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In another episode of on-list complaints spilling all other the internets, everyone's favorite standards body RISC-V International trails behind hardware implementations to an increasingly concerning degree.

So the hypervisor extension is apparently stuck in limbo, Bitmanip is "almost there", though they're apparently busy trying to outdo AVX-512 in numbers of fragmented subsets.

And Vectors, also approaching 1.0 at asymptotic speeds, and almost as loved around these parts as the C extension.

What went wrong?
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