Re: Need some assistance in g++ related questions
> So, concluding, the following isn't correct?
> | #
> | # If SWISH++ doesn't work correctly with optimization on, but it
> | # works just fine with it off, then there is a bug in your
> | # compiler's optimizer.
No. Something like
# If SWISH++ doesn't work correctly with optimization on, but it works
# just fine with it off, then there is likely a bug in your compiler's
would be accepted by most compiler authors. Actually, the statement
"there is likely a bug in the compiler's optimizer" is probably
accepted by most compiler authors independent of context. We know
there are many bugs in the compiler; in the optimizer and
elsewhere. The question is whether any of these bugs affect your