At 07:20 AM 8/3/01, Bill Moseley wrote:
>I see so much of this kind of thing that I think that you will be better
>off with gcc, if possible.
I wrote/sell a commercial software package which backs up your point.
The gcc-compiled version is smaller on disk, uses less memory, runs
faster, and compiles faster. The differences run as much as 50%.
Why would anyone pay for an inferior compiler when the better one is free?
I switched to gcc many years ago.
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