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Author alexandre.vassalotti
Recipients alexandre.vassalotti, arigo, christian.heimes, lemburg, pitrou, skip.montanaro
Date 2008-12-31.21:20:58
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You may want to check out issue1408710 in which a similar patch was
provided, but failed to deliver the desired results.

I didn't get the advertised ~15% speed-up, but only 4% on my Intel Core2
laptop and 8% on my AMD Athlon64 X2 desktop. I attached the benchmark

The patch looks pretty clean. Here is a few things that caught my
attention while reading your patch.

First, you should rename opcode_targets.c to opcode_targets.h. This will
make it explicit that the file is not compiled, but just included.

Also, the macro USE_THREADED_CODE should be renamed to something else;
the word "thread" is too tightly associated with multi-threading.
Furthermore, threaded code simply refers to code consisting only of
function calls. Maybe, USE_COMPUTED_GOTO or USE_DIRECT_DISPATCH would be

Finally, why do you disable your patch when DYNAMIC_EXECUTION_PROFILE or
LLTRACE is enabled? I tested your patch with both enabled and I didn't
see any test failures.

By the way, SUNCC also supports GCC's syntax for labels as values
Date User Action Args
2008-12-31 21:21:03alexandre.vassalottisetrecipients: + alexandre.vassalotti, lemburg, skip.montanaro, arigo, pitrou, christian.heimes
2008-12-31 21:21:02alexandre.vassalottisetmessageid: <>
2008-12-31 21:21:01alexandre.vassalottilinkissue4753 messages
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