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> From: avr-libc-dev-bounces+eric.weddington=atmel.com@... [mailto:avr-
> libc-dev-bounces+eric.weddington=atmel.com@...] On Behalf Of David
> Sent: Sunday, July 01, 2012 7:21 AM
> To: avr-libc-dev@... > Subject: Re: [avr-libc-dev] Some question regarding FP-math
> Is there any interest in alternative implementations for some of these
> functions? I've got some code for calculating sines and cosines using a
> table with cubic interpolation which I used on another processor. It is
> probably a little bigger than the current avr-libc implementation, but
> not too bad - with cubic interpolation the table can be a lot smaller
> than with linear interpolation. It is also not quite as accurate as
> power-series implementations tend to be, but it is a lot faster, and
> accurate enough for many uses.
> I'm sure I could adapt the code to the avr. But I don't know the best
> way to include such code in avr-libc - because it is not accurate enough
> for IEEE standards, it can't replace the standard implementations.
The goal of avr-libc is to be a Standard C library. Because of that, it does need to meet all relevant standards.
However, you could still put together a library to be distributed separately.