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    SubjectRe: do u get better performance from optimizing the code
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    "Kingsley Foreman" <kingsley@uglypunk.com> writes:

    > just out of curiosity will the kernel perform better if you
    > change the optimizations using C++ eg use -O9 or something during compile

    The kernel is written in C, so don't use a C++ compiler. GCC has four
    levels of optimization:
    0 = nothing
    1 = -O, simple things
    2 = some more
    3 = function inlining etc.

    Anyting >3 is treated as 3.

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    Måns Rullgård
    mru@users.sf.net
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