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Re: SID Comparisons
> Okay, just a little bit more. Is there any hard statistic like for
> example i read somewhere in the milis archive someone mentioned
> about 1000MIPS performance or something?
Numbers like that depend on too many factors to answer simply. sid is
highly configurable, and some options allow trading off between
performance, debuggability, simplicity.
> And maybe some opinion about what makes SID stands up against the
Sorry, that sort of comparison will be up to you. A key part of
making such a paper interesting coming up with different axes along
which the tools may be compared. An overall "winner" is very rare.
> I mean, in my report i have to somehow shows that SID is relatively
> better in comparison.
We'll of be glad if that comes out as your conclusion, but you
certainly shouldn't pre-judge. I'm sure we'd be curious to read your
paper when it's finished, so please don't forget to send a link!