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Re: State of gcc 2.95 use in Debian unstable

Heiko Müller <mueller@ceos-gmbh.de> writes:

> We found that gcc-2.95 -Os produces object code of acceptable quality 
> within reasonable compilation times. gcc >=3 is less efficient w.r.t.
> compilation time and memory consumption and in many cases even fails 
> to compile our codes due to the very long expressions. The C/C++ codes
> generated from the computer algebra software are perhaps unusual but 
> not broken.

Can you send in a few (hopefully short) examples that fail as

There is probably nothing to do about compile time and memory
consuption but it should at least work. Maybe the compiled result is
even faster.


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