Am 27.10.19 um 10:27 schrieb Michael Van Canneyt:
If you genuinely believe that micro-optimization changes can make a difference:

Submit patches.

As said: I am against applying them. Why? They clutter code and after all, they make assumptions about the current target which not might be always valid. And time testing them is much better spent in improving the compiler and then all code benefits. Another point: for example explicit inline increases normally code size (not always but often), so it is against the use of -Os. Applying inline manually on umpteen subroutines makes no sense. Better improve auto inlining.
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