Using SIMD acceleration in rust to create the world’s fastest tac

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  • GitHub repo coreutils

    Cross-platform Rust rewrite of the GNU coreutils

    This is probably the case. I just compared uutils' implementation of tac with GNU's tac and this implementation of tac. uutils' tac is about as fast as GNU's tac (I added a BufWriter to uutils' tac for this benchmark). uutils uses memchr, but is slower than OP's tac.

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