Assembly VS compiler-explorer

Compare Assembly vs compiler-explorer and see what are their differences.

Assembly

Assembly Programming and Computer Architecture for Software Engineers (by brianrhall)

compiler-explorer

Run compilers interactively from your web browser and interact with the assembly (by compiler-explorer)
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Assembly compiler-explorer
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378 15,663
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Assembly

Posts with mentions or reviews of Assembly. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2024-04-21.

compiler-explorer

Posts with mentions or reviews of compiler-explorer. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2024-06-04.
  • Compiler Explorer
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 14 Jul 2024
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 30 May 2024
  • How Random Are Random Number Generators?
    1 project | dev.to | 11 Jul 2024
    Intel's built in x86 kind of suggests that there prediction may fall into gaussian distribution.Godbolt this website gives you clear idea of how a compiler works on it run the previous code in it and see the magic
  • Own Constant Folder in C/C++
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 22 Jun 2024
    I think the real problem is "really really wanted the sqrtps to be used in some code they were writing" is at odds with -ffast-math.

    Clang transforms sqrtps to x * rsqrtps when -ffast-math is set because it's often faster (See [1] section 15.12). It isn't faster for some architectures, but if you tell clang what architecture you're using (with -mtune), it appears to make the right choice for the architecture[2].

    [1]: https://cdrdv2.intel.com/v1/dl/getContent/814198?fileName=24...

    [2]: https://godbolt.org/#g:!((g:!((g:!((h:codeEditor,i:(filename...

  • Ask HN: Whats State of the art for Code Sandboxing? (2024)
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 6 Jun 2024
    This is probably not helpful, but, can you figure out the infra of https://godbolt.org/ and follow what they have done?
  • New telescope images of Jupiter's moon Io rival those from spacecraft
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 4 Jun 2024
    https://godbolt.org/

    Not only will it show you how C/C++/Rust, etc... language statements map to CPU instructions, but it can also show you how CPUs execute those instructions! There are advanced views that show the various pipeline stages, execution ports, etc...

    E.g.: https://godbolt.org/#g:!((g:!((g:!((h:codeEditor,i:(filename...

    The right-most tab should show you the CPU execution pipeline

  • Ask HN: Going low-level – what to learn next?
    5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 4 Jun 2024
    What you're basically after is some "Tooling and Methodology" studies for embedded. You've got the basics, but now you need to learn some more tools and the methods that make those tools really useful to the embedded/low-level context.

    Some simple things you can do:

    * Get yourself a suitable embedded development system - I would recommend anything ESP32'ish that suits your fancy such as a Liligo or Watchy ESP32-based watch, or PineTime if thats more up your alley - and then write some little apps for it.

    * Get to know Godbolt with a great deal of intimacy, just as a general approach to understanding what is going on:

    https://godbolt.org/

    * Invest a little workbench time in some of the various embedded frameworks out there - platformio, FreeRTOS, etc. and, very important: learn the Tooling And Methodology techniques that these frameworks manifest.

    * Invest some workbench time in the RETRO Computing Scene. Seriously, you can still learn extremely valuable principles of tooling and methodology from an 8-bit retro system from the 80's. Get your favourite platform, get all its tools onboard, engage with its community - you will learn a lot of things that are still entirely relevant, in spite of the changes over the decades.

    * Get into the F/OSS tooling/methdology flow - find software projects that are interesting to you, find their repositories, learn to clone and build and test locally, and so on. There are so many fantastic projects out there for which low-level skills can be developed/fostered. Get onboard with something that interests you.

    Good luck!

  • C++: freeing resources in destructors using helper functions
    1 project | dev.to | 28 May 2024
    Now, let's figure out what the issue is. We'll use the synthetic code and the Compiler Explorer website to quickly explore how the code works.
  • Enlightenmentware
    22 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 20 May 2024
    I would say the compiler explorer[0] fits the definition perfectly. It may seem like a straightforward piece of software, but it has immensely changed the way people discuss and share knowledge around compilers and performance optimization.

    I regularly feel the impact on the quality of forum discussions. There's a lot less speculation about if "call X gets inlined", or "Y gets vectorized". Bold claims can be supported or disproven quickly by sharing a link.

    And then you have tools like llvm-mca[1] or uiCA[2], if you don't mind going into the weeds.

    [0] https://godbolt.org/

    [1] https://llvm.org/docs/CommandGuide/llvm-mca.html

    [2] https://uica.uops.info/

  • Gio UI – Cross-Platform GUI for Go
    15 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 18 May 2024
    Sure, here you go:

    https://godbolt.org/#g:!((g:!((g:!((h:codeEditor,i:(filename...

What are some alternatives?

When comparing Assembly and compiler-explorer you can also consider the following projects:

{fmt} - A modern formatting library

rust - Empowering everyone to build reliable and efficient software.

format-benchmark - A collection of formatting benchmarks

papers - ISO/IEC JTC1 SC22 WG21 paper scheduling and management

rustc_codegen_gcc - libgccjit AOT codegen for rustc

firejail - Linux namespaces and seccomp-bpf sandbox

bubblewrap - Low-level unprivileged sandboxing tool used by Flatpak and similar projects

QEMU - Official QEMU mirror. Please see https://www.qemu.org/contribute/ for how to submit changes to QEMU. Pull Requests are ignored. Please only use release tarballs from the QEMU website.

arewefastyet - arewefastyet.rs - benchmarking the Rust compiler

OpenBLAS - OpenBLAS is an optimized BLAS library based on GotoBLAS2 1.13 BSD version.

bevy - A refreshingly simple data-driven game engine built in Rust

Rust-for-Linux - Adding support for the Rust language to the Linux kernel.

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the 29th most popular programming language
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