arm-elf-gcc memcpy builtin?
Tue Nov 5 02:11:00 GMT 2002
> It appears that our embedded ARM7 application is spending a
> significant amount of time is being spent inside memcpy. I've
> tried everything I can think of to get gcc to use builtin
> memcpy code, but it just won't.
> I've tried various values of -O, I've added -fbuiltin, I've
> even tried explictly calling __builtin_memcpy(). Nothing
> works. No matter what I do, gcc just loads up the parameters
> and makes a call to memcpy().
> Does the ARM back end not know how to do a built-in memcpy?
> $ arm-elf-gcc -v
> Reading specs from /usr/local/lib/gcc-lib/arm-elf/2.95.2/specs
> gcc version 2.95.2 19991024 (release)
The built-in memcpy will only be used if both the memory areas are word
aligned and the transfer is less than 65 bytes. It doesn't have to be a
multiple of 4 bytes transferred.
At least, that's the current definition; I can't remember changing it in
ages, so I guess 2.95 will be the same.
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