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Re: Compiler Analysis: 3.3, 3.4, or tree-ssa?


Andreas Jaeger wrote:
3.4 is soon in feature freeze, so it's too late for major changes.

Should I also analyze tree-ssa, aka 3.5? Is there value in
comparing results from 3.3, 3.4, and 3.5?

Yes since I see: - 3.3 as baseline and as platform that is stable - 3.4 to test what progress has been made already and - 3.5 as the tree that will hopefully ;-) have fixed everything

Sounds good. My reserach has two goals: To give people an idea of the "best" options for a given version of the compiler, and to find problems or inconsistencies in gcc. So I'll continue my tests on 3.4, then move on to tree-ssa and 3.3.

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Scott Robert Ladd
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