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GCC macro package that inlines floating-point math routines, typically improve FP speed by 10%. Designed for Linux but adaptable to all versions of gcc. From Texas Institute for Fusion Studies.

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GCC macro package that inlines floating-point
math routines, typically improve FP speed by
10%. Designed for Linux but adaptable to all
versions of gcc. From Texas Institute for
Fusion Studies.


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GCC macro package that inlines floating-point
math routines, typically improve FP speed by
10%. Designed for Linux but adaptable to all
versions of gcc. From Texas Institute for
Fusion Studies.
From: [email protected] (John Bowman)
Newsgroups: comp.os.linux.announce
Subject: REPOST: inline-math-1.3
Date: 11 May 1995 11:52:54 GMT

Version 1.3 of inline-math.tar.gz has been uploaded to sunsite:/pub/Linux/libs.

Inline-math is a gcc macro package that inlines the floating-point math
routines found in libm. It can typically improve execution speed by 10%.
These inline routines avoid using the flawed algorithms for sinh, tanh,
asinh, and atanh found in libm (which produce incorrect results for small
arguments).

The new package uses inlined functions instead of macros, behaves properly
under the gcc flag -ansi, and fixes bugs in the Version 1.0 implementation
of tan(x) and sgn(x). A more efficient algorithm for the function log1p()
is now being used.

John Bowman
Institute for Fusion Studies, RLM 11.222
The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX 78712



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