New gcj option --no-store-check
Thu Feb 28 16:05:00 GMT 2002
On Fri, 1 Mar 2002, Bryce McKinlay wrote:
> I've committed a patch which implements some optimizations for array
> accesses as well as a new flag, --no-store-check, which disables
> assignability checks for stores into object arrays. It works much like
> --no-bounds-check: for code that you are sure will never throw an
> ArrayStoreException, this flag can be used to disable the checks which
> can provide a reasonable performance boost and reduce code size slightly.
I'd say this merits a news item, does anyone agree? I tried it on my
interpreter benchmark, and got around a 5% boost on code that's
usually dominated by GC time.
Also, will this go into 3.1?
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