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-dv -fdump-rtl-all question
- From: "Sunzir Deepur" <sunzird at gmail dot com>
- To: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2007 10:32:24 +0300
- Subject: -dv -fdump-rtl-all question
Is it ok to assume that when I compile a C file (that is guranteed to have
some code in it) under the following flags, I always get the mentioned
VCG file (and do not get a bigger one) ?
Flags Maximum VCG file that is always created
" -dv -fdump-rtl-all" .49.stack.vcg
"-O1 -dv -fdump-rtl-all" .49.stack.vcg
"-O2 -dv -fdump-rtl-all" .50.compgotos.vcg
"-O3 -dv -fdump-rtl-all" .50.compgotos.vcg
So basically I want to assume the maximum vcg file that is created
is a function of the optimizations and not a function of the source file..