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Re: snprintfv

From: Bruno Haible
Subject: Re: snprintfv
Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2007 04:58:53 +0100
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Bruce Korb wrote:
> > But I think the *printf replacements should continue to be based on the
> > vasnprintf code, because of object code size. On a Linux/x86 system:
> With typical new systems using 1GB ram and 150GB disk,
> we're talking 1/100000 of the RAM and less than ten millionths
> of one percent of disk space.

And how much of the L1 instruction cache? Intel's Pentium, Pentium Pro,
Pentium III, Celeron 1.7 GHz each have only 8 KB of it. Make one call to
snprintfv, and the cache is emptied. AMD64 has 64 KB of it; it's a bit better.


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