-O1 runtime difference between gcc and clang
Fri Jun 8 19:54:00 GMT 2018
The binary gotten via clang's `-O1` runs much slower (3x) than that gotten
via GCC's `-O1`.
We are seeing this difference between gcc and clang at other places as well.
The `-O0` and `-O2` times are comparable, however. Are there some compile
time flags one could add to make the `-O1` times comparable?
I asked this question at LLVM, but they don't seem too interested, so I was
wondering if someone could help me here.
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