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SubjectRe: [Linux-fbdev-devel] [PATCH 1/1 2.6.13] framebuffer: bit_putcs() optimization for 8x* fonts
Hi Roman,

>Could you try the patch below, for a few extra cycles you might want to
>make it an inline function.
>
>
No, it does not help. If there is any difference, it is too small to be
measured on
my system ... and my system does run at 1000 Hz.

After 2.6.12 fb_pad_aligned_buffer() was changed to use memcpy() instead
of a
bytewise copy. That slowed things down a lot, some weeks ago that was
reverted.
fb_pad_aligned _buffer() isn´t that slow, it´s just an external function
to be called
and that means a lot of unnecessary code.

How could I make it an inline function? It is used in console/bitblit.c,
nvidia/nvidia.c,
riva/fbdev.c and softcursor.c.

cu,
Knut
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