GCC 3.1 - even slower compilation and relocation

Chris Howells chris at chrishowells.co.uk
Wed Jun 5 08:52:15 BST 2002


On Wednesday 05 June 2002 5:32 am, Neil Stevens wrote:
> According to some, the use of -g3 will also slow down the compile time, as
> generating all the new debug info might be costly.
> Re-running the test with -g2 will tell whether gcc is slower there, or
> elsewhere.

I didn't compile with debugging (just a ./configure && make) and still gcc 3.1 
was vastly slower than 2.95. Personally I've gone back to trusty 2.95.

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