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Re: [fluid-dev] Inline Assembler

From: Tiemo Krueger - mycable.de
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] Inline Assembler
Date: Sun, 25 Apr 2004 12:51:35 +0200
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it's not the SSE code, it's in fluid_sys.c the rdtsc code in the POSIX part of the code. If I define DARWIN I'll have some empty functions just returning 0 and 1 instead using rdtsc. It seems just to use it to synchronize somehow with cpu time stamp, but to be honest I'm not so inside x86 asm and even not in fluidsynth. I want to port it to an embedded system where I don't have variations in CPU frequency
so I could work-around this with some specific code.
Perhaps you can give me an idea what kind of values are returned by rdtsc(void)
and fluid_estimate_cpu_frequency(void)?
Or shouldn't I think about this and use DARWIN define???


address@hidden wrote:


I have written the SSE code, but that is disabled by default (you have to 
./configure --enable-SSE to turn it on).
AFAIK there is no required assembler code at all in the synth.
There should be no problem, let me know if you run into any trouble.



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Subject: [fluid-dev] Inline Assembler


I try to port fluidsynth to a MIPS-architecture platform, therefore I can't use the inline assembler code. I used the DARWIN define, but perhaps anyone can tell me if something could go completly wrong with the sw if I do so or
if there's maybe a version completly without asm???


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