[PD-dev] CVS pd linux build updated and inventory of changes
hans at eds.org
Tue Oct 7 17:15:40 CEST 2003
On Monday, Oct 6, 2003, at 12:57 America/New_York, guenter geiger wrote:
> I have updated the linux build on CVS, basically disabling portaudio
> builds as it is done in the official 0.37 version.
> We might have to add portaudio at some point, could be that it solves
> some problems that we have with alsa.
> Other than that I read through the differences, and here is what
> makes the CVS version different from upstream:
> - some t_int int issues, that caused build failures on 64 bit
> - array drawing dirty flags
> - experimental quoting with '"' as in "hello world" ..
> but this is a hack and has probably to go away
> Don't ask who did that :)
> - SIMD functions for Windows (added by Thomas)
> I think the SIMD functions are a great thing, and eventually it
> would be good to have these on all architectures.
> In this case it would be nice to have the assembler blocks in macros,
> and eventually in a different file (might be a .h as well).
> Otherwise the code will get terribly fragmented and hard to read.
> What do you think ? is this feasable ?
On a similar note, I had actually just been thinking about coming up
with a standard set of CPU targets for compiling too, taking advantage
of the optimizations gcc can do, using:
in the makefiles. If its done in a way that is easy to compile, then I
would be willing to compile and distribute a number of distros
optimized for different CPUs. Add in SIMD/SSE/Altivec, and now we're
talking... I think we should combine these efforts together.
Man has survived hitherto because he was too ignorant to know how to
realize his wishes.
Now that he can realize them, he must either change them, or perish.
-William Carlos Williams
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