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Re: [RFC] Fix PR19401: always completely peel loops


    To take your example, btw, Inlining *is* something that is a language
    independent optimization.  

Depending on what you mean, I'm not sure I agree.  It's certainly true that
because some languages generate lots of tiny functions internally that
inlining might be a more *important* optimization in some languages (e.g.,
C++ and Ada) than others (e.g., C), but given a set of functions represented
in some IL, I don't think the question of whether or how to inline them
depends on what language each was originally written in.


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