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|From:||"G P" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||14 Nov 2004 22:41:21 -0500|
|Posted-Date:||14 Nov 2004 22:41:21 EST|
As I mentioned, I want to check the performance of two compilers for a
given application, it definitely won't cover documentation and vendor
response. Nor am I concerned with extra flexibility provided by any
Yes, I want to check the size of object code, size of executable with
libraries and how good the optimization has been done.
I want to know what should I do to come up with some thing like this:
The application when compiled with compiler X takes more memory (,
startup time, [I want you all to suggest other parameters], etc) than
compiled with compiler Y.
Any pointers in this direction would help.
[By performance do you mean how fast the compiler compiles some set of
programs, how fast the object code runs, how fast the libraries are,
how big the object code is? Something else? -John]
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