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1 7th April 08:02
zertsekel@gmail.com
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Default Optimization for memcpy() and memset() of pSOS.


Hi, all.
I'd like to optimize memcpy() and memset() function for pSOS and
actually measure
pre and post performance.
How can I gain a source code for memcpy(), memset() and maybe some
other functions
of pSOS?

Regards, Zertsekel Konstantin.
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2 10th June 02:07
martin raabe
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Default Optimization for memcpy() and memset() of pSOS.


Hello Zertsekel Konstantin,

zertsekel@gmail.com schrieb:


Why would you need to have the source code?
If you only need to exchange the calls from your application, then just
replace them.
As far as I know these functions are delivered by the compiler and not
by the pSOS+.
So the question is, do you also need to exchange the functions used from
inside pSOS+?
I guess only in this case you would need the pSOS+ sources.

So my recommendation is that you replace the memset and memcpy functions
in the C runtime library of your compiler and rebuild the application.
Or at least for your test purposes creste and use the functions mymemset
and mymemcpy as an alternative path.

Hope it helps.

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