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<h1 class="header">OpenLibm</h1>
<p class="header">A high quality system independent, portable, open source libm implementation</p>
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<p class="header">This project is maintained by <a class="header name" href="">the Julia Project</a></p>
<a id="openlibm" class="anchor" href="#openlibm" aria-hidden="true"><span class="octicon octicon-link"></span></a>OpenLibm</h2>
<p><a href="">OpenLibm</a> is an effort to have a high quality, portable, standalone
C mathematical library (<a href=""><code>libm</code></a>).
It can be used standalone in applications and programming language
<p>The project was born out of a need to have a good <code>libm</code> for the
<a href="">Julia programming langage</a> that worked
consistently across compilers and operating systems, and in 32-bit and
64-bit environments.</p>
<a id="history" class="anchor" href="#history" aria-hidden="true"><span class="octicon octicon-link"></span></a>History</h3>
<p>The OpenLibm code derives from the <a href="">FreeBSD
msun</a> and <a href="">OpenBSD
implementations, which in turn derive from <a href="">FDLIBM
5.3</a>. Over and above that, OpenLibm itself has received a number of patches to make it platform independent and portable.</p>
<a id="platform-support" class="anchor" href="#platform-support" aria-hidden="true"><span class="octicon octicon-link"></span></a>Platform support</h3>
<p>OpenLibm builds on Linux, macOS, Windows, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, and
DragonFly BSD. It builds with both GCC and clang. Although largely
tested and widely used on the x86 and x86-64 architectures, OpenLibm
also supports arm, aarch64, ppc64le, mips, wasm32, and s390(x).
<a id="other-relevant-projects" class="anchor" href="#other-relevant-projects" aria-hidden="true"><span class="octicon octicon-link"></span></a>Other relevant projects</h3>
<li> <a href="">MUSL</a> The libm library in the musl-libc project</li>
<li> <a href="">FDLIBM</a>: Freely Distributable Math Library</li>
<li> <a href="">FreeBSD msun</a>: FreeBSD's math library</li>
<li> <a href="">CRlibm</a>: Correctly Rounded mathematical library</li>
<a id="Acknowledgements" class="anchor" href="#Acknowledgements" aria-hidden="true"><span class="octicon octicon-link"></span></a>Acknowledgements</h3>
<p>PowerPC support for OpenLibm was graciously sponsored by IBM.
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