Yeah. I’ll wiki this one.
Your OP is a wiki and you are gunna like it!
after you bois
Great job/idea of using a table.
gek likes to be useful sometimes
Gek is very useful
Does it notify anyone tagged in the list when we edit the wiki? coz that might be annoying
I have a fix. I think
There, just changed to links
Comparative to the compilation of Linux? Yes. I am very serious. Torvalds called out the faults with Clang and its license awhile ago meanwhile Google is shifting over to Clang in their builds due to the added performance benefits. Yes, GCC supports more architectures. I had never said that it didn’t. I did say however that due to it’s ability to act as a library it has the added flexibility of supporting (at least in the case of ARM, from first hand experience) notably more levels of optimizations in a cleaner way.
We (CarbonROM) actually run tests annually with new revisions of GCC and Clang to determine what will provide the best performance overall. Again, we do this with embedded devices so results differ.
I will not lie. In benchmarks on x86 Clang and GCC 8 trade blows, but for chipsets such as the Cortex-A53 and so on, there is enough of a negligible performance difference that does make Clang a more viable solution for inline compilation.
What could there possibly be to complain about here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Illinois/NCSA_Open_Source_License
You didn’t say the magic word
BSD programmers have humor like this guy