On Tuesday, 6 August 2013 at 17:48:57 UTC, Walter Bright wrote:
On 8/6/2013 5:13 AM, Richard Webb wrote:
It's possible that other library routines are causing some of the remaining difference from the MSVC build (e.g. the profiler suggests that the DMC build
spends somewhat more time inside memcpy than the MSVC build).

Not sure if it's down to implementation or optimization though - might be down to intrinsics/inlining and such? (the proflie for the DMC build says it's using ~1% of its time inside strlen and the profile for the MSVC build doesn't mention it at all, which i guess is because it's using an intrinsic version).

If it's inlined then it won't show up in the profile. And yes, it's possible MSVC has a faster memcpy(). After all, enormous effort has been poured into memcpy().

If you use a profiler with line or instruction granularity
(like perf on Linux), it will show up. On Windows, that would probably
be VTune and CodeAnalyst.

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