#simd #data-parallel

nightly simd

simd offers limited cross-platform access to SIMD instructions on CPUs, as well as raw interfaces to platform-specific instructions. (To be obsoleted by the std::simd implementation RFC 2366.)

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0.2.4 Jan 23, 2019
0.2.3 Oct 4, 2018
0.2.2 May 2, 2018
0.2.1 Dec 30, 2017
0.0.2 Feb 11, 2015

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simd

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This crate no londer builds as of Rust 1.33 nightly due to the removal of compiler features that this crates depends on. See the packed_simd crate instead.

simd offers a basic interface to the SIMD functionality of CPUs. (Note: Even prior to Rust 1.33, this crate fails to build unless the target is aarch64, x86_64, i686 (i.e. SSE2 enabled; not i586) or an ARMv7 target (thumb or not) with NEON enabled.)

Documentation


lib.rs:

simd offers a basic interface to the SIMD functionality of CPUs.

Dependencies

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