|Subject:||Re: Emacs contributions, C and Lisp|
|Date:||Thu, 20 Feb 2014 22:45:29 -0500|
My guess is that switching off optimization, you'd not be all that bad.
"Fails to acknowledge" is not the same as "is not going to accept".
Well, given the right article author. If we are talking about theconclusions of Phoronix, see
Splitting parser and code generator into separately
Even when that has been done, one still has to do an actual
implementation and _then_ have to see whether under the constraints of
the current implementation the hoped-for advantages are actually as
envisioned, and the accepted drawbacks don't turn out larger than
expected. And there is not much of an option to turn back the clock,
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