CLANG vs GCC tests of fortran/f2c program
jakub_lach at mailplus.pl
Sun Jun 24 21:51:40 UTC 2012
> I am more concerned about an aspect of the language the clang tools are
> written in, namely the use of object-oriented paradigm of c++ (it is a
> paradigm, one that does not exist in nature or reality, which explains
> the failure rate of C++ OO projects historically and current usage
> I sense that the relative slowness of generated code has to do with it.
> some other attributes of that code's quality too, even if not now, then in
Yes, this is one thing really puzzled me. Maybe it's related to Apple's
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