Use different methods depending on presence of FMA


There’s nothing in principle stopping it from inlining.


OK. Thanks!

Then I guess I’ll do something like this:

@noinline muladd_test(e) = muladd(one(e)+e,-one(e)+e,one(e)) == e*e
for T in [Float16, Float32, Float64, BigFloat]
  @eval has_fast_fma(::Type{$T}) = $(muladd_test(eps(T)))

(But I will probably name the function muladd_is_fma rather than has_fast_fma as the two concepts are somewhat disjoint.)