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SubjectRe: gcc 2.95 vs 3.21 performance
> Personal opinion here but I know it is also held by many developers I
> know and work with. I'd rather have a compiler that produces correct and
> fast code but ran slow than one that produces slow or bad code and runs
> fast. Remember compilation is done far less often than run time
> execution.

Yeah, I'd make that tradeoff too, but gcc 3.2 doesn't give me that.
People keep saying it does, but I see no real evidence of it.
Show me the money.

M.
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