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Re: [RFC] Contributing tree-ssa to mainline
On Fri, 2004-01-16 at 20:02, Joseph S. Myers wrote:
> How does compile-time performance compare to mainline?
Bootstrap times are ~2% slower than mainline. In the daily SPEC runs,
you will notice a mix. Most of the time the branch is faster than
> I take it you believe that all the coding conventions are properly
> followed on tree-ssa? For example, all command-line options added are
> documented, including the details of what is enabled at what -O levels
> (listed both under the options themselves and under the -O options);
> the documentation of trees is up to date and covers everything new about them;
> sourcebuild.texi appropriately covers the gfortran library and the
> tree-ssa testsuites;
Dunno re. gfortran. Definite no for the testsuites.
> passes.texi gives an accurate description of how the
> compiler now operates, documenting the tree-ssa source files
> no files have copyright notices referencing "GNU CC".
Thanks. Are these requirements listed somewhere in our web pages?
They'll be a useful reminder if we decide to merge the branch for 3.5.