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IACA fails on older Macs

Both the 32-bit and the 64-bit OS X versions of IACA 2.1 crash on my Mac, with "Illegal instruction: 4". I believe this message means that an unrecognized instruction was encountered. I am using OS X 10.7.5 on a 2007 Core 2 Duo machine, which supports SSE2 but no higher. Was IACA built with code generation for a more recent ISA?

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First of all well done on an excellent tool! I have just a couple of suggestions:

- My first comment is on the C vs. Assembly orientation of the tool. The documentation seems to suggest the use of IACA with Visual C, using the IACA_START/END macros. This is all well and good, however, although one can find the corresponding code markers for assembly code in the header file, this not documented in the manual. I think this should be added, given that the tool is just as useful (and arguably more so) for assembly code.

iaca-lin32 for x64?

Helo there,

looks like I am missing something simple, but I couldn't find a separate binaries for 64bit linux, where as the one listed on download page(iaca-lin32) gives me a number of errors related to wrong libraries format. Both and of my Centos6.2(x64) yield "wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64" error. 

Should the set up be more specific, or iaca-lin64 was simply ommited in download page?



Is Microsoft's 64-bit 2010 compiler supported?


I'm using Microsoft's 64-bit compiler in 2010. In version 1.1.3 of IACA there were a IACA_VC64_START macro. This didn't work on any of my test projects.

Now in the latest version (2.0.1) the documentation still mentions the IACA_VC64_START macro, however this is now missing from the iacaMarks.h file.

Are you indeed supporting 64-bit output from the Microsoft 2010 compiler, or only Intel's own 64-bit compiler?

Thank you.

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