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Re: gcc compile-time performance


> Remember that the whole technique involved here is to force the compiler
> to do a variety of domain-specific optimizations that it would not
> otherwise do.  The reason your front end/back end distinction doesn't
> work here is that the front end is doing as much optimization as the
> back end.

I understand this approach, but it seems far from mainstream C++ usage
to me. Are you sure that complaints about C++ compilation speed are really
specifically with respect to this kind of paradigm?


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