On Tue, 2007-06-12 at 23:47 +0300, Jussi Laako wrote:
> - Add support for proper triggering in OSS driver when in full
> duplex mode
> - Move inline asm SIMD functionality to a separate source file
> Now I hope someone who knows more about autotools would create
> reasonable configure magic to pass correct flags when compiling 'simd.c'.
> Something good to start with, would be:
> -march=i686 -mtune=pentium4 -m3dnow -msse -msse2 -O1
> "-mtune=pentium4" is good most of the time, as P4 is most sensitive to
> code scheduling.
> Even "-m3dnow -msse -msse2 -O0" could be used.
Thank you thank you!!
Seems to be working fine, I just compiled a version with proper dynsimd
support and none of the .o files has any cmov instructions :-)
(I just hacked the libjack Makefile after the configure step to include
the proper flags in the simd.c compilation step - sorry, I don't know
anything about the autotools myself).
> (I just hacked the libjack Makefile after the configure step to include
> the proper flags in the simd.c compilation step - sorry, I don't know
> anything about the autotools myself).
normally, i would jump on this right away, but i am a little taxed right
now dealing with 2 almost back-to-back trips to the UK to handle some
family issues. if its not done by the time i get back on the 24th, i'll
take a look then.