nofib benchmarks for measuring the effects of compiler
malcolm.wallace at cs.york.ac.uk
Fri Oct 9 04:43:42 EDT 2009
> Would you say that the nofib benchmarks are the best available for
> measuring the effectiveness of compiler optimizations, or is there a
> better benchmarking suite for that purpose?
I don't know about "better", but the nobench suite (which is largely
based on nofib, but goes further) automates the comparison of two or
more compiler builds, and produces nice HTML tables of the results.
It is currently languishing a bit - could do with some love and
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