An impromptu query from the FATE database:
mysql> SELECT DISTINCT(architecture) FROM web_config_cache WHERE revision IS NOT NULL ORDER BY architecture;
This yields 13 architectures currently being continuously tested in FATE:
+--------------+ | architecture | +--------------+ | Alpha | | ARMv5TE | | ARMv7 | | AVR32 | | ia64 | | MIPS | | PA-RISC | | PowerPC | | PowerPC 64 | | Sparc | | Sparc64 | | x86_32 | | x86_64 | +--------------+
I suppose it’s questionable to treat ARMv5TE and ARMv7 as truly separate architectures. Still, it’s not a bad list of CPU coverage. It makes me wonder how it stacks up to the Linux kernel in terms of CPU support. According to Wikipedia, Linux still has the advantage.
One day I’ll figure out a way to continuously test FFmpeg on a Hitachi SH-4 using my old Sega Dreamcast. That’ll bring us closer.