FAQ
Just FYI
Atomic operations on ARM in both runtime and sync/atomic are quite
suboptimal. So if somebody has ARM hardware, knows ARM assembly, and
do not mind hacking low-level stuff, optimizing atomics for ARM
(especially for newer devices, e.g. multicore ARMv7) would benefit all
ARM users. It won't provide tremendous speedups, but I would expect it
to give 2-5% to all Go programs.

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