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Old 22 October 2011, 21:12   #1
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Looking for 68000 binary optimization utility

I remember that in the old days of 1993 or maybe 1994 I had a small utility that claimed to optimize 68000 binaries with some 68020 instructions to make them run slightly faster.
I remember to modify the DuneII exe with it and thougt it was little faster. Unfortunatelly I do not have this little program anymore and I also do not know if this optimization was even possible, or was a nonsense. What I just remember is, that when comparing the exe, the patched one was different. Does anyone knows more?
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Old 22 October 2011, 22:08   #2
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Yes, a tool like that existed, it was coded by 2-Cool/LSD (EX4 at that time). It's called "Patch for 020" and you can find it on Aminet.
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Old 23 October 2011, 00:36   #3
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Thanks for pointing out, I will check some 68000 executables if it works and helps.
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