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SubjectRe: gcc-2.95.3 vs gcc-3.0.4
Hi,

Simon Kirby wrote:

> I remember Borland Turbo Pascal's compiler... Yes, yes, but that thing
> compiled insane amounts of code in split seconds on 386 hardware.

But don't forget: Pascal was designed to ease the work of compiler
writers - at least ANSI Pascal is easy to compile using a single-pass
recursive descent compiler. And there wasn't so much optimization.


markus
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Markus Schaber - http://www.schabi.de/

Check in to another world - test a _real_ OS.

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