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/*
A memcpy replacement; uses SSE2 and _mm_lddqu_si128 from SSE3
It's okay, I guess.
Abuses rep movsb for sizes > 1024b and < 2mb--
--might not work very well on pre Sandy Bridge Intel or AMD in general.
On Skylake, it's about as fast as Microsoft's implementation.
Written by William Bundy
Thanks to Martin Wardener (@d7samurai), Jeroen van Rijn (@J_vanRijn), and Martins Mozeiko (@mmozeiko)
This is free and unencumbered software released into the public domain.
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*/
#include <intrin.h>
#include <xmmintrin.h>
#include <emmintrin.h>
#include <stdint.h>
/* Feel free to use find-and-replace to use your own types */
typedef int8_t i8;
typedef int16_t i16;
typedef int32_t i32;
typedef int64_t i64;
typedef uint8_t u8;
typedef uint16_t u16;
typedef uint32_t u32;
typedef uint64_t u64;
typedef float f32;
typedef double f64;
typedef ptrdiff_t isize;
typedef size_t usize;
typedef __m128 vf128;
typedef __m128i vi128;
#define wbssecpy_mv(a, b, d) \
head = _mm_lddqu_si128((vi128*)(src + (a))); \
head2 = _mm_lddqu_si128((vi128*)(src + (b))); \
tail = _mm_lddqu_si128((vi128*)(src + size - (b))); \
tail2 = _mm_lddqu_si128((vi128*)(src + size - (d))); \
_mm_storeu_si128((vi128*)(dst + (a)), head); \
_mm_storeu_si128((vi128*)(dst + size - (b)), tail); \
_mm_storeu_si128((vi128*)(dst + (b)), head2); \
_mm_storeu_si128((vi128*)(dst + size - (d)), tail2);
void* memcpy(void *dest, const void *source, size_t size)
{
u8* dst = dest;
const u8* src = source;
if(size <= 512) {
if(size <= 16) {
u32 src4;
u16 src2;
u8 src1;
u64 head, tail;
switch(size) {
case 0: break;
case 1: *dst = *src; break;
case 2: *(u16*)dst = *(u16*)src; break;
case 3: src2 = *(u16*)src;
src1 = *(src + 2);
*(u16*)dst = *(u16*)src;
*(dst + 2) = src1;
break;
case 4: *(u32*)dst = *(u32*)src; break;
case 5: src4 = *(u32*)src;
src1 = *(src + 4);
*(u32*)dst = src4;
*(dst + 4) = src1;
break;
case 6: src4 = *(u32*)src;
src2 = *(u16*)(src + 4);
*(u32*)dst = src4;
*(u16*)(dst + 4) = src2;
break;
case 7: src4 = *(u32*)src;
src2 = *(u16*)(src + 4);
src1 = *(src + 6);
*(u32*)dst = src4;
*(u16*)(dst + 4) = src2;
*(dst + 6) = src1;
break;
case 8: *(u64*)dst = *(u64*)src; break;
default: head = *(u64*)src;
tail = *(u64*)(src + size - 8);
*(u64*)dst = head;
*(u64*)(dst + size - 8) = tail;
break;
}
} else if(size <= 32) {
vi128 head = _mm_lddqu_si128((vi128*)src);
vi128 tail = _mm_lddqu_si128((vi128*)(src + size - 16));
_mm_storeu_si128((vi128*)dst, head);
_mm_storeu_si128((vi128*)(dst + size - 16), tail);
} else if(size <= 64) {
vi128 head, head2, tail, tail2;
wbssecpy_mv( 0, 16, 32);
} else if(size <= 128) {
vi128 head, head2, tail, tail2;
wbssecpy_mv( 0, 16, 32);
wbssecpy_mv(32, 48, 64);
} else if(size <= 256) {
vi128 head, head2, tail, tail2;
wbssecpy_mv( 0, 16, 32);
wbssecpy_mv(32, 48, 64);
wbssecpy_mv(64, 80, 96);
wbssecpy_mv(96, 112, 128);
} else if(size <= 512) {
vi128 head, head2, tail, tail2;
wbssecpy_mv(0, 16, 32);
wbssecpy_mv(32, 48, 64);
wbssecpy_mv(64, 80, 96);
wbssecpy_mv(96, 112, 128);
wbssecpy_mv(128, 144, 160);
wbssecpy_mv(160, 176, 192);
wbssecpy_mv(192, 208, 224);
wbssecpy_mv(224, 240, 256);
}
} else if(size <= (1 << 21)) {
__movsb(dst, src, size);
} else {
i32 dstalign = (((usize)dst + 15) & -16) == (usize)dst;
i32 srcalign = (((usize)src + 15) & -16) == (usize)src;
const vi128* srcm = (vi128*)src;
vi128* dstm = (vi128*)dst;
i64 itercount = size >> 4;
usize end = (usize)src + size - 32;
if(dstalign && srcalign && size > 32768) {
switch(itercount % 8) {
case 0: _mm_stream_si128(dstm++, _mm_load_si128(srcm++));
case 7: _mm_stream_si128(dstm++, _mm_load_si128(srcm++));
case 6: _mm_stream_si128(dstm++, _mm_load_si128(srcm++));
case 5: _mm_stream_si128(dstm++, _mm_load_si128(srcm++));
case 4: _mm_stream_si128(dstm++, _mm_load_si128(srcm++));
case 3: _mm_stream_si128(dstm++, _mm_load_si128(srcm++));
case 2: _mm_stream_si128(dstm++, _mm_load_si128(srcm++));
case 1: _mm_stream_si128(dstm++, _mm_load_si128(srcm++));
}
while((usize)srcm + 128 < end) {
_mm_stream_si128(dstm, _mm_load_si128(srcm));
_mm_stream_si128(dstm + 1, _mm_load_si128(srcm + 1));
_mm_stream_si128(dstm + 2, _mm_load_si128(srcm + 2));
_mm_stream_si128(dstm + 3, _mm_load_si128(srcm + 3));
_mm_stream_si128(dstm + 4, _mm_load_si128(srcm + 4));
_mm_stream_si128(dstm + 5, _mm_load_si128(srcm + 5));
_mm_stream_si128(dstm + 6, _mm_load_si128(srcm + 6));
_mm_stream_si128(dstm + 7, _mm_load_si128(srcm + 7));
dstm += 8;
srcm += 8;
}
} else {
switch(itercount % 8) {
case 0: _mm_storeu_si128(dstm++, _mm_lddqu_si128(srcm++));
case 7: _mm_storeu_si128(dstm++, _mm_lddqu_si128(srcm++));
case 6: _mm_storeu_si128(dstm++, _mm_lddqu_si128(srcm++));
case 5: _mm_storeu_si128(dstm++, _mm_lddqu_si128(srcm++));
case 4: _mm_storeu_si128(dstm++, _mm_lddqu_si128(srcm++));
case 3: _mm_storeu_si128(dstm++, _mm_lddqu_si128(srcm++));
case 2: _mm_storeu_si128(dstm++, _mm_lddqu_si128(srcm++));
case 1: _mm_storeu_si128(dstm++, _mm_lddqu_si128(srcm++));
}
while((usize)srcm + 128 < end) {
_mm_storeu_si128(dstm, _mm_lddqu_si128(srcm));
_mm_storeu_si128(dstm + 1, _mm_lddqu_si128(srcm + 1));
_mm_storeu_si128(dstm + 2, _mm_lddqu_si128(srcm + 2));
_mm_storeu_si128(dstm + 3, _mm_lddqu_si128(srcm + 3));
_mm_storeu_si128(dstm + 4, _mm_lddqu_si128(srcm + 4));
_mm_storeu_si128(dstm + 5, _mm_lddqu_si128(srcm + 5));
_mm_storeu_si128(dstm + 6, _mm_lddqu_si128(srcm + 6));
_mm_storeu_si128(dstm + 7, _mm_lddqu_si128(srcm + 7));
dstm += 8;
srcm += 8;
}
}
while((usize)srcm < end) {
_mm_storeu_si128(dstm++, _mm_lddqu_si128(srcm++));
}
vi128 tail = _mm_lddqu_si128((vi128*)(src + size - 16));
_mm_storeu_si128((vi128*)(dst + size - 16), tail);
tail = _mm_lddqu_si128((vi128*)(src + size - 32));
_mm_storeu_si128((vi128*)(dst + size - 32), tail);
}
return dst;
}
#pragma function(memcpy)
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