On 15 August 2012 11:54, Poul-Henning Kamp <phk@phk....> wrote:
> In message <CAJ-Vmo=yzCz_jDhTVQ3kyHgxDnUTvzqZPp+sDSz+ZWe7cYmpJQ@mail...>
> , Adrian Chadd writes:
>>Holy. Crap. 17 seconds?
>>Can we please go back to having it take this long? please?
> 386BSD was even better, and I have a machine that boots it in less
> than 15 seconds from power-on...
Embedded systems stuff will love you if we could slim the build and
binary/library size down by this much.
Sheesh, compilers do a lot of work these days, don't they?
Has anyone done a (recent) comparison of execution size/efficiency
given the evolution of GCC?