>> Do you really doubt that memcpy is faster than CRC32 checking?
>> Especially when
>> you're already doing memcpy anyways and the only overhead is the few
>> unaligned
>> bytes at the end and the 8 one-byte copies?
> I'm saying the complexity and implementation of it is going to get you
> a bit more than you think.  If it didn't, you'd already have the thing
> coded and would be proving me wrong with the patch rather than theory.
> I can code up a checksum version in an hour or less if you want to
> give it a go.


Jonah (the Theorist) Harris versus Greg (the Brain) Stark.

What is going to happen between these two brothers in arms when they
must both prove their theory!


Joshua D. Drake


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