xdr should support 128-bit floats on x86
Currently xdr only supports encoding 128-bit floating point values on sparc.
It should support it on x86 as well
Updated by Roland Mainz over 11 years ago
As side-note: 32bit x86 uses 80bit floating-point which is more or less non-standard from the viewpoint of IEEE754-2008. Technically the 80bit need to be extended to 128bit ("binary128" in IEEE754 language) before being send over the wire.