Re: [cc65] Changes in Interrupt Handling

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Date: 2013-02-13 16:13:29
On 2013-02-13, at 13:36, Oliver Schmidt wrote:

> In the (quite usual)


> case of no interruptors defined at all there was
> no interrupt handler hooked. While this avoided the CPU overhead there
> was still the RAM overhead


> the startup code for most
> targets is now totally free of interrupt handling code (and the call
> to 'callirq'). Thus there's no RAM overhead at all for programs
> without any interruptors.


> I.e. C64 programs without interruptors (which is very common) are now
> nearly 120 bytes smaller - both on disk and in memory :-)

As above. :-)

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