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Author Topic: Jumpman Resurrected  (Read 6191 times)

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Offline Lionel Debroux

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Re: Jumpman Resurrected
« Reply #45 on: November 07, 2017, 06:36:20 am »
Don't worry, few people realize how much BSS suck. Getting rid of BSS is one of the optimizations I performed most often on other authors' programs, so BSS removal ended up being more clearly featured in my TICT S1P9 optimization tutorial :)

Usually, when code doesn't work with optimization turned on, it's a bug, so you were right to fix DrawSelectScreen.

Inlining the functions saved a bit of space, but much less than compiling with -Os + getting rid of BSS, so yeah, it's not that important to do so.

I produced no less than two releases of TI-Chess where I had left in an asm("0: bra.s 0b") infinite debugging loop, forgetting to restore collision detection is less of a problem than that :)

Did you switch to GCC4TI for building ? GCC4TI's SAVE_SCREEN support is 16 bytes smaller.

Oh, and for adding 92+/V200 support, you should use fully separate builds. Compatible builds with optimized calc consts are usually a disaster for optimization, too.
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