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Re: Patch to allow Ada to work with tree-ssa


    Both have increased by a factor of between 21 and 22 in 5742 days.  A
    1% increase every 18 days suffices to explain this.  What we do at -O0
    should not be 20 times as complicated as what GCC 1.27 did at -O0.

Although I'm not arguing in favor of wasting memory, it's also imporant to
look at the typical amounts of memory available at each of those times
and see how it has increased as well.  I'm also not sure that -O0 is
a good comparison point because the amount of data we keep is related
to optimization issues and there's little motivation for have two
different data structures and use one for optimized and the other for
unoptimized code.


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