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Fabien Cadet

2011: Linux x86 Program Start Up (low-level ; by Patrick Horgan) - 0 views

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    In depth program start-up analysis, must read !
Fabien Cadet

prog21: Tales of a Former Disassembly Addict - 1 views

  • In fact, generated code can be so ridiculous and verbose that I finally came up with an across-the-board solution which works for all compilers on all systems: I don't look at the disassembled output.
  • I still see people obsessed with picking a programming language that's at the top of the benchmarks, and they obsess over the timing results the way I used to obsess over disassembled listings. It's a dodge, a distraction...and it's irrelevant.
Joel Bennett

iTextSharp - SourceForge.net - 0 views

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    iText# (iTextSharp) is a port of the iText open source java library to C# for the .NET platform. iText# allows you to generate PDF files on the fly...
Fabien Cadet

Intel® 64 and IA-32 Architectures Software Developer's Manuals - 0 views

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    Software Developer's Manuals: * Volume 1: Basic Architecture. * Volume 2A&B: Instruction Set Reference. * Volume 3A&B: System Programming Guide. * Optimization Reference Manual. * Memory Ordering White Paper. * Application Note: TLBs, Paging-Structure Caches, and Their Invalidation. * x2APIC Specification.
Joel Bennett

Zeroconf NetServices - Zeroconf for .NET - 0 views

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    Zeroconfig is a protocol used for automatic discovery of services on networks, which was popularized by Apple as Rendezvous and is now called Bonjour... this is an implementation in C# for .Net
Joel Bennett

C# Managed wrapper for 7Zip libraries - InnerLimit - 0 views

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    Note: this is not a pure-managed implementation of a compression library. Quite the opposite -- it's a thin wrapper for the C++ libraries written in the 7-Zip project for decompressing 7z/zip/gzip/bzip2/tar/rar/cab/iso/... etc (and for compressing in 7z,gzip,bzip2,zip,tar,etc)
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