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is g++ verson 3.0.2 really slower?


i give the command 

time make

in compiling a rather small c++ program, in order to compare
g++-3.0.2 with g++-2.95.3, yielding these results:

3.0.2:  145.860u 3.990s 2:32.32 98.3%   0+0k 0+0io
49170pf+0w

2.95.3: 33.820u 1.560s 0:36.15 97.8%    0+0k 0+0io
40719pf+0w

this is on red hat 6.1 linux on a 450 MHz pentium II
machine.

so it looks as if 3.0.2 is over 4 times slower than 2.95.3.

is this the way it should be?  if so, will 3.1 be faster?

	-- peter


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