optimization

Tomislav Greguric greguric at stud.uni-frankfurt.de
Fri Jun 9 12:22:48 PDT 2000


[snip]
> 
> The following options aren't documented in 'man gcc'. So are they valid
> options or what:
> 
> -fno-exceptions
> -fno-rtti
> -march
> -malign-loops
> -malign-jumps
> -malign-functions
> 
> also:
> -mcpu is used for MIPS family of processors according to this man page.
> -O6 isn't documented, so does it actually exists? Somebody told he uses
> -march=pentiumpro
> Since man gcc doesn't mention -march at all, or any 'pentiumpro' string,
> how does one figure out what to use here and what the available options
> are?
> 

Forget the man page!!!

Fire up "info", choose "GCC" and select the node "Invoking GCC" (I
find it easier to use emacs, ymmv).  They are all explained there...


Tomislav

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