[Assembly]Libraries & Frameworks & Tools Collections
Keywords: Assembly & Compiling, Libraries & Frameworks & Tools Collections
Assembly Related (Source)
MIPP is a portable wrapper for SIMD instructions written in C++11. It supports NEON, SSE, AVX and AVX-512.
C++ Library for Portable SIMD Vectorization
Fundamental C++ SIMD types for Intel CPUs (sse, avx, avx2, avx512)
Optimized CppSPMD test project: macro control flow, SSE4.1/AVX1/AVX2/AVX2 FMA support
Implementations of SIMD instruction sets for systems which don’t natively support them.
LZ77/LZSS designed for SSE based decompression
The FastPFOR C++ library: Fast integer compression
Intel SPMD Program Compiler, ispc is a compiler for a variant of the C programming language, with extensions for single program, multiple data programming. Under the SPMD model, the programmer writes a program that generally appears to be a regular serial program, though the execution model is actually that a number of program instances execute in parallel on the hardware.
Neon Intrinsics (Arm/Aarch64) Series
A translator from Intel SSE intrinsics to Arm/Aarch64 NEON implementation.
A fast simulator and a library dedicated to the channel coding.
Compiling Related (Source)
a C\C++ library and command-line tools for Diff & Patch between binary files or directories(folder); cross-platform; fast and create small delta/differential; support large files and limit memory requires when diff & patch.
a C++ library and command-line tools for Zip(Jar,Apk) file Diff & Patch; create minimal delta/differential; support Jar sign(apk v1 sign) & apk v2,v3 sign .
DWARF (debugging with attributed record formats)
converter of DMD CodeView/DWARF debug information to PDB files
How to add code at the entry of every function
Is there a compiler feature to inject custom function entry and exit code?
How to add code at the entry of every function?
What scientists must know about hardware to write fast code
Most men die at twenty or thirty; thereafter they are only reflections of themselves: for the rest of their lives they are aping themselves, repeating from day to day more and more mechanically and affectedly what they said and did and thought and loved when they were alive. ― Romain Rolland