Subject: Re: [SG14] compiler flag sanity check for error handling research
From: Matthew Bentley (mattreecebentley_at_[hidden])
Date: 2019-02-03 22:38:00
Generally I have seen MSVC exes tend to be smaller, I assumed that's
because they're calling in system dlls for a lot of the work as
opposed to compiling it into the exe, but don't really know enough to
On 04/02/2019, Ben Craig <ben.craig_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> I can do -march native.
> None of the files include iostreams. I don't include much in the way of
> C/C++ standard library headers. I use limits.h a lot. The cases that call
> abort() pull in stdlib.h. I'm using Simon Brand's <expected.hpp> header,
> and that pulls in exception, functional, type_traits, and utility. I pull
> in exception when I'm deriving from std::exception in that one batch of
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: SG14 <sg14-bounces_at_[hidden]> On Behalf Of Matthew Bentley
>> Sent: Sunday, February 3, 2019 8:29 PM
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>> Subject: Re: [SG14] compiler flag sanity check for error handling
>> Without reading every src file I can't comment much, but iostream bloats
>> binaries under GCC, I know that much.
>> -march=native might be useful as a comparison for GCC.
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