Informations about gcc optimization
tush at yahoo.com
Sat Oct 12 21:46:11 PDT 2002
Ken Moffat wrote:
>On Fri, 11 Oct 2002, Tushar T wrote:
>>Yep, it would be better to use -O2 on the core packages. Also
>>-fomit-frame-pointer is supposed to be good. I would also suggest a -w
>>unless you like seeing all the warnings. Also check out the gcc install
>>file, it gives you flags to optimize gcc compilation. I have been using
>>those without problems. BTW, never never optimize binutils.
>Never ? Both -O2 and -Os have always worked fine for me on a K6. Or do
>you mean "don't use exotic optimisations" (I remember you have tried a
>lot more with these than I've ever bothered with.)
-O2 is used by default in binutils. I use "-O2 -s -w" for binutils.
Tried is a good word, I have tested out agressive optimizations, but not
used them on a regular basis. For example, for mozilla, I did test out a
build with those exotic optimizations, checked out the build for
usability, but never used it on a regular basis.
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