http://d.puremagic.com/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=4447


Heywood Floyd <soul...@gmail.com> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Heywood Floyd <soul...@gmail.com> 2010-07-12 08:58:39 PDT 
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// - - 8< - -
  version(one)
  {
    fooManual(a, b);
    fooCompiler(a, b);
    fooManual(a, b); 
    fooCompiler(a, b);
    fooManual(a, b); 
    fooCompiler(a, b);
 }
 version(two)
  {
    fooCompiler(a, b);
    fooManual(a, b); 
    fooCompiler(a, b);
    fooManual(a, b); 
    fooCompiler(a, b);
    fooManual(a, b);
 }
// - - 8< - -

$ dmd -inline -O -release -version=one -run odd
manual:   d = 32.000000, BFFFF578    time: 126120
compiler: d = 32.000000, BFFFF578    time: 8200
manual:   d = 32.000000, BFFFF578    time: 5920
compiler: d = 32.000000, BFFFF578    time: 5960
manual:   d = 32.000000, BFFFF578    time: 5690
compiler: d = 32.000000, BFFFF578    time: 5620
$ dmd -inline -O -release -version=two -run odd
compiler: d = 32.000000, BFFFF578    time: 130200
manual:   d = 32.000000, BFFFF578    time: 8140
compiler: d = 32.000000, BFFFF578    time: 5800
manual:   d = 32.000000, BFFFF578    time: 5730
compiler: d = 32.000000, BFFFF578    time: 5590
manual:   d = 32.000000, BFFFF578    time: 5600
$ _

I can't see that the order of the functions have any impact, rather, the first
couple of 100-thousand CPU ticks the program is not at 100% of its potential
performance. This could be anything, maybe the OS must set some things up for
the first write to stdout, or, the D runtime must do some things, like
expanding the heap for the first allocation etc? I've no idea. Just guessing.

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