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SubjectRe: gcc 2.95 vs 3.21 performance
>    I'm hesitant to enter into this.  But from my own experience
> the issue with big companies supporting these sort of changes
> in gcc have more to do with the acceptance process of changes
> into gcc than a lack of desire on the large companies part.

Maybe we should create a KGCC fork, optimise it for kernel
complilations, then try to get our changes merged back in to GCC
mainline at a later date.

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