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incredible 06-03-2007 02:56 AM

PureBasic port of avisynth
 
Hi,

I did port the Avisynth C Interface/Header to Purebasic.
Here you can get it and the needed infos.
http://www.purebasic.fr/english/viewtopic.php?t=27393

Greets
Inc.

kwag 06-04-2007 10:18 PM

WOW 8O
This is great news Andrej :D

Thanks!,
-kwag

incredible 06-05-2007 10:14 AM

But now when using it I see that PureBasic seems to be too slow for Videoediting .... VC oder GCC resulted compiles do process muuuch faster:

http://www.purebasic.fr/english/view...=198232#198232

:(


VC++Express and GCC are high optimizing compilers which PB isn't. So lets see what the thread above will discover :twisted: maybe now its time for fred to do some adjusts on the fasm output instead of adding more and more functions etc.

kwag 06-09-2007 03:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by incredible
maybe now its time for fred to do some adjusts on the fasm output instead of adding more and more functions etc.

Yes, I agree 100% :!:
Although the optimizations should be on FASM's side, and not on Fred's :)
I really think PB's intermediale code should have been C instead of ASM, to enjoy C compiler optimizations, instead of FASM, which is not really well optimized :(

-kwag

incredible 06-09-2007 04:21 AM

Hey Karl :)

in PB you can also let the interpreter during compiling output the asm code for further manual editing. The resulting asm is verrrrrry suboptimal, so such a suboptimal code should be avoided during the interpreting-process of the pb-to-asm code -> have a look in the thread at the rsulted asm code out of PB and whats possible further below in Tronds post where he did change the whole routine into inline asm code within th PB code.

I dunno which one, but there is a "basic" alternative outside which does exactly what you say: Intermidiale code generation in "C" before beeing compiled using the GCC compiler.

kwag 06-09-2007 11:28 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by incredible

I dunno which one, but there is a "basic" alternative outside which does exactly what you say: Intermidiale code generation in "C" before beeing compiled using the GCC compiler.

You are probably refering to BCX compiler :)
http://bcx-basic.sourceforge.net/

-kwag

incredible 06-09-2007 11:32 AM

exactly :)

rds_correia 06-18-2007 04:28 PM

I don't really know what you guys are talking about.
But it sure is good to see you 2 back on the forum just like in the old days :D.

incredible 06-30-2007 03:06 AM

Yepp ... I remeber the old days :)


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