|Re: Re: genetic compilation firstname.lastname@example.org (Brock) (2000-04-01)|
|Re: genetic compilation email@example.com (2000-04-03)|
|Re: Re: genetic compilation firstname.lastname@example.org (Joachim Durchholz) (2000-04-14)|
|Re: genetic compilation gneuner@dyn.EXTRACT.THIS.com (2000-04-20)|
|Re: Re: genetic compilation email@example.com (felix) (2000-06-11)|
|Re: Re: genetic compilation firstname.lastname@example.org (Joachim Durchholz) (2000-06-14)|
|Date:||1 Apr 2000 14:09:15 -0500|
Why wouldn't it work for cross-compilation? It seems that the performance
measurement could be done just as well using a table of measured
performance values instead of doing the actual tests, thereby making it
> I once read something about compilers that tried out equivalent
> machine code sequences and measured actual performance to decide which
> worked best. This could be used as a basis for a genetic algorithm.
> Of course, such an approach would drive compile times to a new high,
> and it wouldn't work for cross-compilation anyway.
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