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Fortran array slices and -frepack-arrays


Hi,

I looked at a few performance anomalies between gfortran and Flang - it appears array slices
are treated differently. Using -frepack-arrays fixed a performance issue in gfortran and didn't
cause any regressions. Making input array slices contiguous helps both locality and enables
more vectorization.

So I wonder whether it should be made the default (-O3 or just -Ofast)? Alternatively would
it be feasible in Fortran to version functions or loops if all arguments are contiguous slices?

Wilco

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