any way asm people could contribute?
johnl at iecc.com
Sun Feb 10 21:35:06 UTC 2019
In article <U-T5V9GBTMH0X4T_hYmtSc4B19QRNPzkirSo_g45l-czdcQaEvhYekzafkZcQOM_Nb9IQ6Qx3EXEQ-aeRrDJkPrqMnQky88TZZlDfr9iTGAfirstname.lastname@example.org> you write:
>If anyone can give more precise information about how to
>contribute in assembly language, I would find it interesting too.
I think there are a few libraries that have optional assembly language
versions of speed critical parts. But in general I agree with you
that drivers are the place to look.
Keep in mind that every different architecture has its own assembly
language, so if you've fixed a driver in i386 assembler, there's
probably another version in amd64 assembler and possibly in the
various powerpc and arm assemblers.
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