Subject: Re: Faster TlsAlloc() or zero_bit_scan
dietrich_teickner at arcor.de
Fri Feb 11 12:06:02 CST 2005
Not all You can every write in c/c++. Sometime You need a call for a
library function. I think, that can be one and I think, not only
TlsAlloc use a zero_bit_scan.
It must be
first zero_bit in the first 'bytecount' DWORD from the bitmap addr.
On Thu, 10 Feb 2005 18:59:21 +0100, Dietrich Teickner wrote:
>> I have a suggestion for a faster implementation of the zero_bit_scan in
>> RtlFindClearBits [NTDLL.@]
>> (rlbitmap.c) for e.g. TlsAlloc()
>> The main is the usage of the instruction 'bsf eax, eax'
>> This I have implemented in the new experimental odinxp-tree for finding
>> the first zero_bit in the first 'bytecount' bytes of the bitmap addr.
Does this actually make a noticeable difference? Rewriting stuff in
assembly for theoretical performance improvements isn't so great, as far
fewer people can read/write assembly than C.
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