Rust SIMD native vs. C-Libary

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  • cargo-asm

    cargo subcommand showing the assembly or llvm-ir generated for Rust code

    What C compiler are you using? Have you compared the ASM output? cargo-asm helps here a lot.

  • tiny-skia

    A tiny Skia subset ported to Rust

    Rust code can be a bit slower for some reason or another, but you definitely do not need so much unsafe. tiny-skia uses a lot of SIMD and it is unsafe free.

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  • safe_arch

    Exposes arch-specific intrinsics as safe function (via cfg).

    PS: You can use safe_arch to make code a bit more readable. Or even wide.

  • wide

    A crate to help you go wide. By which I mean use SIMD stuff. (by Lokathor)

    PS: You can use safe_arch to make code a bit more readable. Or even wide.

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