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    SubjectRe: gcc 2.95 vs 3.21 performance
    b_adlakha@softhome.net wrote:-

    > Cool (you're trying to fix it), maybe you can modify tcc so it is optimized
    > for compiling linux (optimized for compiling speed and runtime speed for
    > linux). I think it'll be easier and quicker to just make it compile linux
    > properly first, then do the testing/fixing for other things, as they are so
    > many compilers for other things anyway...And maybe it can be called "Linux
    > C Compiler"? lol.

    Sorry, I only care about GCC.

    Neil.
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