[fpc-devel] Successful implementation of inline supportforpureassembler routines on x86

J. Gareth Moreton gareth at moreton-family.com
Sun Mar 24 12:30:52 CET 2019

 Well I already decided not to pursue this particular feature any further
because of the Holy Grail that are intrinsics.
 If Trunc is automatically inlined, why is there a separate implementation
of it on x86_64 anyway?
 On Sun 24/03/19 12:09 , Florian Klämpfl florian at freepascal.org sent:

 This is a not a valid reason. You can play with the svn branch.
http://lists.freepascal.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/fpc-devel [1]">

 Who's going to? No-one's doing to develop real-world examples of the use
of intrinsics on an unofficial branch whose address takes some hunting to
find.  At least on the SVN trunk, you'll be playing and DEVELOPING with
features that are most likely going to stay.  This won't happen with
intrinsics until they are merged with the trunk, whenever that will happen.

 Heck, with the current branch I can't even compile through Lazarus
properly because it gets completely mixed up somewhere with conflicting
definitions of TProcessPriority, so testing and development there is
limited even further.
 Gareth aka. Kit

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