On Wed, 2009-04-22 at 11:40 -0400, Orcan Ogetbil wrote: > Ah, those folks who feel the need of testing their program in all > archs after every other line of coding can use an interpreter based > language. It will be less pain for all parties. I'm optimizing performance critical code that runs on a wide variety of platforms. I need to know how fast it is, on a wide variety of platforms, as fast as possible. Otherwise I'm just sitting on my hands being a dick on fedora-devel waiting for results. Something that doubles speed on an Athlon 64 quite likely halves the speed on a Celeron. ... So no, python isn't going to cut it. The point is I can easily cross compile for Win32 and MIPS on the same x86_64 box, why does i386 have to be a pain in the ass? Why don't we just move all x86_64 headers to /usr/include64, hack GCC to look there instead when compiling x86_64, and be done with it? Includes are apparently arch-specific, so it's a crock they're not split the same way as lib.
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