:On Mon, 5 Apr 1999, Matthew Dillon wrote: : :> There is nothing beyond -O2. Well, there's -O3, which tries to :> inline static functions, but that typically isn't beneficial because :> it really bloats up the code and subroutine calls on intel cpus are :> very fast. : :Really? : :The pgcc web page (goof.com/pcg) lead me to believe that there were a few :more optimizations turned on by -O5 && -O6.. : :- alex pgcc != egcs. PGcc is a patchset on top of egcs and I suppose they might have added additinoal -O options, but egcs itself does not go beyond -O3.
The PGcc faq indicates that they are slowly folding their stuff into egcs. Hopefully they've fixed the bugs :-). I have not tried compiling a kernel under pgcc but now that FreeBSD has moved to EGCS, it may actually work! -Matt Matthew Dillon <dil...@backplane.com> To Unsubscribe: send mail to majord...@freebsd.org with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message