[zeromq-dev] zmq on n900

Dhammika Pathirana dhammika at gmail.com
Tue Feb 23 07:41:49 CET 2010

Hi Mato,

Yes, I was just trying out maemo toolchain, this was not a perf test.
We don't have atomic ops for ARM, do we want to add them? or we could
use gcc builtin atomics. I think they added atomics in 4.1


On 2/22/10, Martin Lucina <mato at kotelna.sk> wrote:
> dhammika at gmail.com said:
>  > (check attachment)
>  > n900 is a Nokia linux phone/tablet based on ARMv7 core.
>  > If there's interest in ARM platform I can do a proper port.
> Please note that the performance figures shown in the screenshot are NOT
>  indicative of real performance on an ARM platform.
>  Maemo (and thus the N900) uses agressive power saving across the board, so
>  I'd expect this to be affecting the results. See my email about NetBSD
>  support for some more realistic figures. NetBSD does not do any real
>  powermanagement on the Jornada.
>  As for doing a port, in my opinion there's no real need for a port to Maemo
>  as such. 0MQ is an infrastructure product, not an application, so there's
>  not much to be gained for it having a place on Maemo downloads. Those users
>  who wish to use it for development on Maemo can simply grab the Debian
>  package as 0MQ is available in Debian.
>  -mato

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