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I had checked my technical claims. As you suggested yourself, if optimising for StrongARM or XScale there is a noticible speedup. Why should one not optimise for modern processors? One can always provide a second binary file for older processors as well and do the selection wich one to use at run-time.

 is a RISC OS UserJGZimmerle on 22/3/04 5:37PM
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