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SubjectRe: 2 GB file limitation
On Sun, Sep 30, 2001 at 04:59:49AM -0400, safemode wrote:
> > Yes, gcc3 is (well at least NOW) a piece of shit. It produces BIGGER and
> > SLOWER binaries ... Checked on: Athlon, AMD K6-2.
> > With the same gcc command line ...
>
> gcc 3.0.2 produces lame binaries that are 45 seconds faster encoding
> 74minutes of audio than the gcc 2.95.4 binaries with the same cflags.
> gcc 2.95.4 produces a binary of 39432 bytes when gcc 3.0.2 with the same
> flags on the same source produces a binary of 37452 bytes. I then tested it
> with lame. gcc 2.95.4 produced a binary of 245664 bytes and 3.0.2 produced
> one of 238016 bytes. Same exact cflags and settings.
> So basically my testing absolutely contradicts your statement. So who is
> right?

Well, you may be right. I got my results with the first (pre?)release
of gcc3. I'm going to try gcc 3.0.2 now ... Thanx for the correction.

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