I could not find a clear answer in the documentation for this.
Is Go using 387 or SSE2 for floating point operations? I suppose it will
use SSE2 in amd64 but what about in 386? and what about forcing GOARCH=386
in a amd64 OS?
http://golang.org/doc/install/source says that GO386 value is auto-detected
by default, but is there a way to print what is being auto-detected? Or
alternatively, an easy way to check what a Go executable is using?
Will the behaviour change on Go 1.5?
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