|open64 versus gcc firstname.lastname@example.org (dz) (2006-11-22)|
|Re: open64 versus gcc email@example.com (shrey) (2006-11-24)|
|Re: open64 versus gcc firstname.lastname@example.org (touati) (2006-11-24)|
|Re: open64 versus gcc email@example.com (Steven Bosscher) (2006-11-26)|
|Re: open64 versus gcc Sid-pasdespam.Touati@inria.fr (Sid Touati) (2006-11-27)|
|Re: open64 versus gcc firstname.lastname@example.org (dz) (2006-11-29)|
|Re: open64 versus gcc email@example.com (Diego Novillo) (2006-11-29)|
|Re: open64 versus gcc firstname.lastname@example.org (A.L.) (2006-12-01)|
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|Date:||24 Nov 2006 08:20:47 -0500|
|Posted-Date:||24 Nov 2006 08:20:47 EST|
One advantage that gcc has over open64 is the variety of architecures
especially embedded ones that it supports if that is what you are
interested. Perhaps somebody can add to if open64 does that as well.
On Nov 22, 6:17 pm, "dz" <drizzl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Can any one give me some opinion on how these two compilers compare
> in terms of the optimizations they have ? Also can any one comment on
> the stability experience they may have had with these compilers.
> Any pointers or answers will be highly appreciated
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