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Is 2ton a suitable case of study?
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guignol



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guignol
First, 7-zipped HeavyThing takes only 1 500 609 bytes of space.

Now, it also takes 10 passes, 13.0 seconds to compile rwasa. Why?

Can it also go beyond Linux?
Post 07 Apr 2020, 06:49
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redsock



Joined: 09 Oct 2009
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guignol wrote:
First, 7-zipped HeavyThing takes only 1 500 609 bytes of space.
Smile xz utils makes it 1 495 278 bytes. My format selection was based entirely on personal preference and nostalgia. .tar.gz has been around a very long time.
guignol wrote:
Now, it also takes 10 passes, 13.0 seconds to compile rwasa. Why?
fasm1 on my development machine here (an older intel) takes 6 seconds, and the main reason for that is that the entire library is parsed for every compilation in a not-necessarily-dependency order (hence the 10 passes).
guignol wrote:
Can it also go beyond Linux?
Yes, though you would have to rewrite the operating system dependent portions (epoll, sockets, files, mmap, brk, etc) ... if you search the code for syscall_ the OS-dependent sections reveal themselves nicely.

Cheers!

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