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gcc compiler -O flags
- Date: Fri, 25 May 2007 19:45:19 +0400
- From: osv at javad.com (Sergei Organov)
- Subject: gcc compiler -O flags
Kate Feng <feng1 at bnl.gov> writes:
> For this particular case that Till mentioned, the result is inversed
> between -O, and -O2 (-O4, too). I think -fschedule-insns is tuned
> on by default for the -O2 and -O4.. It's possible that there is some
> sort of optimization logic flow that needs to be followed for this
> case. Some how -fschedule-insns inverses that schedule flow.
> I did not study the gcc compiler enough. The above statement is
> only based on my tests. Anyway, we can still call it a bug.
> I think the price to pay for optimization is the risk. No one pointed
> out I have a different gcc4.1.1 from everyone else yet.
> Heap_Block_remove is the one case I found for this case.
> More findings needs to be explored.
Once again, _Heap_Block_remove is not a problem as heap management code
doesn't use tricks that would lead to overlapping Heap_Block objects,
and when objects don't overlap, the GCC generated code will work just
fine no matter if GCC swaps instructions or not.