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Fri, 05 Oct 2012 11:05:43 +0200
my work on a Wine-like emulation layer "Darling" for running OS X apps
on Linux has moved to the stage where I'm gradually making elementary
ObjC apps work.
Kudos to you for your objc_msgSend() implementation. That has
significantly boosted the performance.
My simple benchmark that makes 10.000.000 calls like this:
now yields these results:
OS X binary on OS X: 0m0.076s
OS X binary on Linux: 0m0.088s
Native Linux binary: 0m0.723s
The last number is caused by the fact that the native Linux binary does
not use objc_msgSend() to implement that call, but still goes the
Now I have two questions:
1) Why isn't objc_msgSend() anywhere in the header files?
2) Could you please also implement objc_msgSendSuper()?
Thanks and best regards,
- objc_msgSendSuper implementation?,
Luboš Doležel <=