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Mon, 15 Oct 2007 10:21:15 -0000
Pan/0.129 (Benson & Hedges Moscow Gold)
On Sun, 14 Oct 2007 07:22:56 -0700, Paul Pluzhnikov wrote:
> skaller <email@example.com> writes:
>>> [Do you know how to use google?]
>> Sure. I did use Google. But I didn't find the information I was looking
>> for in a reasonable amount of time,
> Just for the record, I didn't know the answer either, and found it in
> about 2 minutes of googling.
It's in an obvious place too: the gnu/gcc pages. Duh..
Still, while doing stuff I'm often looking up MANY references,
and these often lead to further searches leading to a combinatorial
explosion -- built gcc 4.3 only to find it doesn't work
(missing .spec file ..), upgrade two Linux distros so now 4.2 is
available from Ubuntu as a package that problem is solved,
but of course the upgrades were a pain.. and this in
conjunction with studying Boehm gc to see if I should replace my
own with it.
As well as looking at whether __builtin_expect works (see previous
query), and any other optimisations I can use to get better
.. it isn't surprising I missed the obvious is it?
Anyhow, thanks for your trouble, I'm sure I'll trouble you again,
since you seem to actually know what you're talking about,
a rare and valuable attribute .. :)
John Skaller <skaller at users dot sf dot net>
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