Do not claim that -O2 does not do better than -O

Authored by nomeata on Mar 30 2016, 9:12 AM.



when in fact it does. This was pointed out by Johannes Bechberger and
supported with seemingly statistically sound evidence in his Bachelor
thesis: Of the benchmark shootout programs, 80% benefit significantly by
switchtng from -O to -O2.

for a few raw numbers.

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austin accepted this revision.Mar 30 2016, 10:49 AM
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My brain has trouble with the double negative in the title. :)

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