results for my reference, possibly more to come soon:- MSVC x86: 68s- MSVC x86 NASM: 60s- MSVC x64: 57s- MINGW x86: 70s- MINGW x64: 57s
Cool !...and where's binaries ?
For threading I recommend using Intel's free TBB library. It's very fast, cross platform, simple to use and has an important feature - malloc replacement.I used it in a previous project - 1M lines of code, multithreaded application on Linux x64. Just the malloc replament boosted performance by 3x without changing any code (1 line in the makefile).
Using a 2500k @ 4.2 ghz
I can make it available if anyone is interested
For a x64 multicore FLAC encoder, see here: http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....showtopic=76193
I also did some testing with an ICL 12.1 x64 compile and came to much the same conclusion. I can make it available if anyone is interested, but the gains aren't worth shouting about.
Hi, my question is not consirned with FLAC x64 build but i guess you guys might help me.I have a flac source code v1.2.1I am trying to build the libflac library static for C using VS2010can i build the library without the the support of OGG and NASM?what are the steps?Thank you-denver