Tue Dec 9 05:47:00 GMT 1997
An RTEMS user has noticed that the performance of the RTEMS message
queue routines is bound by our use of newlib's memcpy routine. The
current implementation uses a byte-by-byte copy.
What would it take to get a better generic implementation? Is there one
laying around which could be used instead? I remember the old GNU/960
version did some alignment and then copied 16-bytes at a time.
Joel Sherrill Director of Research & Development
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