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SubjectRe: Using %cr2 to reference "current"
> > somehow encouraged by the compiler comparisions between gcc and intel's
> > free compiler, which use the register passing for anything local
> > to the actual code, where the speed gains are up to 20% im currently
>
> I was under the impression intels compiler was profoundly non-free ?

Thought that too untill a minute ago. Went to the Intel site and read the
information.

http://developer.intel.com/software/products/eval/

Gives details about _two_ ways to get it free. The known 30 day free trial
with support but also a less known "non commercial unsupported" option. So
for non-commercial use you can use it as much as you want, you just don't
get support.

Downloading it now to play some with it :-)

Dirk Moerenhout ///// System Administrator ///// Planet Internet NV

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