[zeromq-dev] [PATCH] Update to OpenPGM 5.1.110.

Steven McCoy steven.mccoy at miru.hk
Tue Mar 8 04:54:16 CET 2011


On 8 March 2011 11:44, Alex Forster <alex at alexforster.com> wrote:

> How well do the asm files fit into the build system? Is it an issue?
>
> I spent more time than I'd like to admit yesterday googling, since I was
> only ~30 lines away from a successful build. Essentially the solution you
> came up with is the only solution there is if you want to maintain MSVC
> compatibility: use an external assembler. I haven't tried to compile trunk
> yet, but I'm sure it will be fine. It looks from the commit message that you
> did exactly what I did - check out how TBB does it.
> http://people.athenacr.com/~wchow/repos/tbb/tbb-2.0r014/src/tbb/ia32-masm/atomic_support.asm


I have a hunch that moving from 16 & 32-bit atomic functions to 32 & 64-bit
atomic intrinsics would be faster though so I'm moving to that in 5.1.112,
configurable 32-bit or 64-bit ticket locks.

-- 
Steve-o
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