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Suggesting changing the poll interface to remove one jump of overhead (given I'd have thought that most of these Wimp_Poll event code dispatch routines get compiled to a jump table) seems, to me, entirely insane.

All you're doing is moving where the jump table is; not eliminating it.

 is a RISC OS Userrjek on 28/5/09 9:50AM
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