|68000/10/20 timing data wanted email@example.com (1991-06-03)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (C. Forsyth)|
|Keywords:||68000, architecture, performance, question|
|Organization:||Department of Computer Science, University of York, England|
|Date:||Mon, 03 Jun 91 19:08:18 GMT|
I should like to have instruction timing data for the Motorola 68010 and
68020 in a machine-readable form suitable for use by a program. Where can I
find it? I realise that caches and pipelines make the figures imprecise;
worst-case figures would probably do for my application.
More generally, which manufacturers provide machine-readable information
about their machines? For instance, many people must have to type in the
instruction code tables for use in compilers, assemblers, and linkers. This
is tedious and error-prone, yet each manufacturer must presumably have done
this once, and could make the tables available in some form for others to
use. Perhaps they all do!
Department of Computer Science
University of York, England
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