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SubjectRe: [BENCHMARK] Corrected gcc3.2 v gcc2.95.3 contest results
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Jakub Jelinek <jakub@redhat.com> writes:

> BTW: Have you tried gcc 3.2 with say -finline-limit=2000 too?
> By default gcc 3.2 has for usual C code smaller inlining cutoff, so the IO
> difference might as well be because some important, but big function was
> inlined by 2.95.x and not by 3.2.x. On the other side there is
> __attribute__((always_inline)) which you can use to tell gcc you don't
> want any cutoff for a particular function.

How about using -Winline?

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