Donald Bruce Stewart
dons at cse.unsw.edu.au
Wed Jun 2 20:06:57 EDT 2004
> On Wed, 2004-06-02 at 15:45, scott west wrote:
> > I'd settle for unregisterised... it seems every time I run through the
> > whole port process I see to do some new wrong thing each time, hehe. I'm
> > really just in search of a working ghc implementation for my amd64,
> > registered or not (the main difference is the use of architecture
> > specific registers and thus performance right?).
> Some ghc nomenclature: unregistered means "half as fast as you'd like it
> to be".
> If you're after performance (rather than simply working), you'll need to
> wait for a registered build, or if you've got the assembler hacking
> skills you can help out.
However, unregisterised amd64 is still as fast as my 2.4Ghz P4
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