[Mono-list] Use of SIMD in VS2008 IDE?

Rodrigo Kumpera kumpera at gmail.com
Wed Aug 19 14:57:47 EDT 2009

Yes, just add the Mono.Simd.dll assembly to the referenced set in VS.
It must be fully functional under VS ad well, so you can even test it
without leaving your IDE.

If you find it to be returning different results under VS/dotnet and mono,
please file a bug report.

On Wed, Aug 19, 2009 at 3:53 PM, LKeene <lionel.keene at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello fellow Mono users,
> In a search for greater performance I'd like to convert some of the
> numerically intensive blocks in my code to use the Mono.SIMD instructions.
> I'm currently writing my app in VS2008 and then running the code generated
> by VS2008 on the Mono runtime on Linux and Mac machines. Is there a way to
> use the SIMD extensions offered by Mono but from within the VS2008 IDE
> (i.e.
> will I be able to compile from within VS if my code contains the Mono.SIMD
> usages)?
> Thanks in advance everyone,
> -L
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