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Re: Speed issues taken seriously? (Lars Gullik Bjønnes) writes:

> (Lars Gullik Bjønnes) writes:
> | Andreas Jaeger <> writes:
> | | (Lars Gullik Bjønnes) writes:
>>>> I just thought that I'd see how gcc 3.3.2 (CVS) and 3.4(CVS) compared,
>>>> I was hoping (expecting) the recent months long threads on compile
>>>> performance to have had an effect... the result was a bit
>>>> disappointing...
> | | How did you configure GCC exactly?  Please use --disable-checking so
> | | that the checking code is disabled, it causes some run-time overhead.
> | I'll redo my tests with this.
> Test redone.
> g++ (GCC) 3.4 20031010 (experimental)
> real    24m20.049s
> user    22m17.930s
> sys     1m45.420s

This gives a degradion of 13 per cent in realtime compared with your
earlier results of:

G++ 3.3:
gcc (GCC) 3.3.2 20030923 (prerelease)
real    21m23.975s
user    19m25.020s
sys     1m44.680s

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