On 28 December 2014 at 10:24, bearophile via Digitalmars-d-announce
> Iain Buclaw:
>> Sure, what is that supposed to do?
> To print a classic image of the Mandelbrot Set (but Codepad seems down
Thanks - turns out that I had to increase the stack size to make it work.
As I'd know you'd want to hear it, these are benchmarks done on my
machine - if you had any specific BFI in mind bearophile, let me know.
There are two readings for the gccjitd timings, one taking into
account the entire compilation time (parse, compile, link, load, run),
the other (-runtime) just the execution time of the compiled function
once loaded. For instance, you can observe that running mandelbrot.b
with -O2 is faster, but you end up loosing time overall on account
that it takes gcc 1 second longer to compile with such high
bff, bff4 and bfsree can be found at the following locations respectively.