|Inline block moves email@example.com (1991-11-11)|
|Re: Inline block moves firstname.lastname@example.orgMeyer) (1991-11-11)|
|Inline block moves jfc@ATHENA.MIT.EDU (John Carr) (1991-11-11)|
|Inline block moves jfc@ATHENA.MIT.EDU (John Carr) (1991-11-12)|
|Re: Inline block moves email@example.com (1991-11-12)|
|Re: Inline block moves Bruce.Hoult@actrix.gen.nz (1991-11-12)|
|Re: Inline block moves firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-11-15)|
|From:||email@example.com (Mike (My Watch Has Windows) Meyer)|
|Keywords:||optimize, code, architecture|
|Date:||11 Nov 91 16:27:22|
That was interesting; thanks for posting it. I have three comments:
1) I'd be interested in seeing this extended to include a couple of
RISC processers; say the MIPS and SPARC chips. Is there someone who
knows those machines who can be talked into doing the work?
[See the next message. -John]
2) I've seen the SAS/C compiler generate movem instructions for a
constant block move.
3) Regarding the table at the end, shouldn't
68000 32 16M 16M N Y N Y
68000 16/32(4) 16M 16M N Y N Y
(4) 16 bit external bus width; 32 bits internal for some operations
Mike Meyer, firstname.lastname@example.org, decwrl!mwm
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