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  1. ACPI is a broken standard.

    ACPI was developed for x86 in mind from the beginning. It had no considerations for real abstraction models.
    Although it could be adapted to other architectures/platforms it still remains utterly...
  2. Ptss..

    First off.
    This is just ridiculous. Posting a GCC bug and Torvalds whining about GCC? I think this gets picked as an article because of Michaels utterly biased position against GCC....
  3. Smaller size benefits all, not just embedded.

    Saying that 5% size does not matter on desktop is a misunderstanding on how computers work.
    While stability is a major concern as Linus points out, smaller size generally benefits everything....
  4. It's quite obvious that we work differently. Do...

    It's quite obvious that we work differently.
    Do you seriously stare at your screen while the compiler is doing work?
    Or can't you write makefiles so that you have to rebuild everything every time...
  5. Compilation speed is almost irrelevant.

    Only thing that matters is the end result.
    In form of accuracy, speed and code size.
    I would gladly have a 10 times slower compiler if it was guaranteed to produce 10% faster code on absolute...
  6. Clang - It's like watching kids scramble to get the latest crap-phone.

    LLVM/Clang is:
    * still _MUCH_ slower than GCC.
    * Does not build on nearly as many architectures OS combos as GCC do.
    * Does not compile a lot of code correctly (even without specific GCC...
  7. Couldn't agree more. LLVM is a toy compiler...

    Couldn't agree more. LLVM is a toy compiler infrastructure. When I use a compiler every day I prefer something that actually will work. Come back when LLVM produces code for arbitrary platforms and...
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