(newbee, forgive my ignorance ... trying to gain some insight ... )
I have general compiler questions following on a thread in -current
after the import of 3.2.2. One poster suggests icc for p4 target
compatibility over gcc32.
I have no specific need (i.e., no particular program to optimize) I'm
just curious as to which compiler would be preferable for general
performance on 5.0-RELEASE. Can icc buildworld/kernel an ports for 5.0?
If it can, would it make a performance difference for a desktop
configuration of 5.0 (world, kernel+modules, X, moz, gnome and/or KDE,
multimedia playback, OO)?
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