The mission is to convert a number of functions written in C to Texas 5509 assembly code. The code should be written for speed, not size. The file ttcalc.c comes from an open source project freetype 1 ver 1.31 [url removed, login to view] that we already use and comply with its license agreement giving credit to them in our documentation. We want it run faster and the documentation explains that converting this file to assembler is the best bet. The code we want to convert is from Line 120 onwards in file ttcalc.c it can be found in the zip file here. [url removed, login to view] File - [url removed, login to view] The way I will test it is to generate fonts that work on my current setup with the new code. If they look the same and no crashes occur then it passes. Thankyou. A.G
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Texas Instruments DSP 5509 (55xx)