|Subject:||Re: Speed of Ocave vs Matlab?|
|Date:||Wed, 9 Sep 2015 11:52:36 +0100|
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This looks promising. libgccjit
and libgccjit-devel are available in the current release of
After a very quick look, the level of support looks useful (as compared to llvm). Since the llvm jit
is now really broken it might make sense to integrate the libgccjit code as the optional jit enable
code, if there is code that actually works for some cases.
The libjit folks do mention that the API is nor yet stable, but it is not likely to be worse than
llvm, where they regularly change the API and the locations of all the files that need to be
Obviously, someone with more detailed knowledge of the choices should help decide.
On 09/09/2015 08:09 AM, Richard Crozier wrote:
On 08/09/15 22:26, Michael Godfrey wrote:
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