A special linux distribution for developing OLPC applications
jg at laptop.org
Sun Jan 7 10:49:51 EST 2007
Note that it is a complete testing framework, and that the test results
are for the LX rather than the GX; while similar, they are not
identical, so confirming John Zulauf's results on our GX systems before
blindly committing them would be wise.
We'll be here when you get back: have a great vacation!
- Jim Gettys
On Sun, 2007-01-07 at 08:43 -0700, Rob Savoye wrote:
> Jim Gettys wrote:
> > If you know a glibc hacker, there are Geode optimized functions for some
> > of our basic string functions found at
> > http://dev.laptop.org/git.do?p=geode-perf;a=summary
> I know the glibc maintainer, as we used to work together at Cygnus.
> :-) You mean the stuff under "commit import from AMD" ? I see a bunch of
> string and memory functions.
> > Some of these are significantly faster than what is currently in glibc.
> > We've not had time yet to see about integrating them.
> I'm going on vacation Tuesday, but if this can wait till I get back in
> a week, I'll integrate these changes. I've worked on both glibc and
> newlib plenty. My plan is to spend some time improving the tool chain
> when I get back, so I can continue to use it for Gnash/Ming development
> on the OLPC.
> - rob -
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