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Re: [Chicken-users] optimization flags

From: Brandon J. Van Every
Subject: Re: [Chicken-users] optimization flags
Date: Thu, 07 Sep 2006 01:10:24 -0700
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felix winkelmann wrote:
On 9/7/06, Brandon J. Van Every <address@hidden> wrote:

So no, I do not quite trust your benchmarking
methodologies.  I do not expect that you made things up about -Os, I
imagine you tested it somehow.  But, you may have undersampled it.

The main reason -Os is used is that the generated output binaries are
significantly smaller, and runtime performance is nearly identical
to -Os.

But I'm just a optimization jock, what do I know...

Shit, I'm really annoyed.

How many optimization jocks have you had working on Chicken in the past, jockeying about stuff? Not enough if you're actually annoyed. ;-) Dude, I hopped from OCaml to Bigloo to Chicken, I'm sure you see a pattern there. I made the smallest trade in performance that I could, in exchange for usability.

Brandon Van Every

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