SlimGen and You, Part ADD EAX, [EAX] of N

So far I’ve covered how SlimGen works and the difficulties in doing what it does, including calling convention issues that one must be made aware of when writing replacement »

SlimGen and You, Part ADD AL, [RAX] of N

The question does arise though, when using SlimGen and writing your SSE replacement methods, what kind of calling convention does the CLR use? The CLR uses a version of fastcall »

SlimGen and You, Part ADD [EAX], EAX of N

So previously we delved into one of the nastier performance corners on the .Net framework. Today I’m going to introduce you to a tool, that is in development currently »

SlimGen and You, Part ADD [EAX], AL of N

Imagine you could have the safety of managed code, and the speed of SIMD all in one? Sounds like one of those weird dreams Trent has, or perhaps you are »