[Context] [Dev-luatex] Luatex 0.42.0 (a snapshot release)
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Sat Jul 18 17:52:57 CEST 2009
2009/7/18 Taco Hoekwater <taco at elvenkind.com>:
> Yue Wang wrote:
>> In my humble opinion this is because TeX manages memory by it self...
>> and maybe a 64bit memory word of packed data uses twice of memory as
>> 32bits one.... I am not sure.
> It could be because web2c by default declares the integer type as
> "long int" on 64-bit platforms, and that that is what makes everything
> twice the size, but the --enable-dump-share argument to configure is
> supposed to prevent it from doing so, so it seems something odd is
> going on. Can you try to check the sizeof(integer) within a debugger?
> (the 64bit linux is indeed faster than the 32bit linux on the same
There is anywhere a benchmark file?
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