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  • Include Qt performance tests (and compilation)

    Hi,

    I haven't actually looked in the test suite to know if Qt is in it but i doubt it since it's probably extremely difficult to get it in and working.

    However, Qt has a lot of nice performance test cases here : http://qt.gitorious.org/+qt-performa...sts/benchmarks which tells a lot more then a C-Ray performance test.

    For example. Qt is used in KDE so anything improving Qt's performance (or sucking it up) is something KDE users are likely to notice if big enough. I haven't tested this, but assuming Qt compiled on the Open64 compiler i expect it to be several percentages faster then GCC simply because Open64 just beats GCC nearly everywhere.

    Just my 5 cents.

    Good luck,
    Mark

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    I would be interested to see how this benchmark did for open64... Could be interesting

    Anyone tried it?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by staalmannen View Post
      I would be interested to see how this benchmark did for open64... Could be interesting

      Anyone tried it?
      that is exactly what i would like to know as well compared to GCC

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