[Oberon] Cheap chinese FPGA board - is it usable for PO?

Paul Reed paulreed at paddedcell.com
Mon Nov 11 18:44:08 CET 2019

> If you want to benefit from instruction cache, the compiler could
> start inlining procedure calls if the procedure’s code fits in the
> instruction cache. This code optimization is only possible if you
> adapt the compiler.

And that's not the only advantage of inlining; as was recently pointed 
out to me for example, it allows you to benefit from optimisations not 
normally available, such as a function which divides by varying powers 
of two without, itself, laboriously separating these cases.

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