David Huggins-Daines wrote in <email@example.com>:
> > Try ccc on some CPU-intensive application program (scientific programs
> > are usually best for this...), and you will have more success.
> Right, on floating point intensive stuff it will definitely win,
> though a lot of the benefit probably comes from the highly optimized
> (in assembly code) CPML library.
This brings up another question -- What does the 'make config'
help mean when it says that the kernel has to "finish" floating-
-- Bryan Medsker firstname.lastname@example.org
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