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On Wed, Feb 22, 2006 at 08:16:25PM -0500, Dave Dodge wrote:
> The i386 backend is the most complete one, for example it's the only
> backend that handles inline assembly.  The performance of the
> resulting code on x86 really depends on what you're doing.  I've
> actually seen a small test program where tcc produced noticably faster
> code than gcc, but I'd consider that to be a fluke.

Out of curiosity, can you post it?  (It might indicate an optimizer bug
in gcc, which are sometimes good to know about, even if they've been fixed.)

Glenn Maynard