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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/2 -tip] perf_counter: Add generalized hardware vectored co-processor support for AMD and Intel Corei7/Nehalem

    * Jaswinder Singh Rajput <jaswinder@kernel.org> wrote:

    > > $ ./perf list shows vector events like :
    > >
    > > vec-adds OR add [Hardware vector event]
    > > vec-muls OR multiply [Hardware vector event]
    > > vec-divs OR divide [Hardware vector event]
    > > vec-idle-cycles OR vec-empty-cycles [Hardware vector event]
    > > vec-stall-cycles OR vec-busy-cycles [Hardware vector event]
    > > vec-ops OR vec-operations [Hardware vector event]

    btw., why does this printout SHOUT the 'or'? It's certainly not an
    important piece of information. Something like:

    vec-adds | add [Hardware vector event]
    vec-muls | multiply [Hardware vector event]
    vec-divs | divide [Hardware vector event]
    vec-idle-cycles | vec-empty-cycles [Hardware vector event]
    vec-stall-cycles | vec-busy-cycles [Hardware vector event]
    vec-ops | vec-operations [Hardware vector event]

    looks better on all levels.

    Ingo


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