Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Using gcc 4.4.0 to compile Rockbox
Re: Using gcc 4.4.0 to compile Rockbox
From: Nils <deathtoallhumans_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2009 17:36:00 +0100
On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 4:49 PM, Mark Allums <mark_at_allums.com> wrote:
> Nils wrote:
>> Also could you run some benchmarks on the codecs to see how it affects
> Attached is a spreadsheet in OpenOffice.org .ods format. I can supply
> Excel 97, or text, if that would be better.
> I compiled the 4.0.3 elf cross-compiler using my system's default gcc
> 4.3.3. I compiled the 4.4.0 elf cross-compiler with an x86_64 native gcc
> 4.4.0 that I bootstrapped myself from the gcc.gnu.org snapshot.
> It looks like vanilla 4.4.0 comes off worse in the comparison. I can't yet
> bench .mp3s, or .wma's, but I would expect similar results to the ogg
> results. The .m4a's were 256kb/s files, the .oggs were VBR. The .wma's may
> or not be VBR, I can't remember; the .mp3s definitely were.
> This is a beginning. Also, keep in mind that it's early days, yet, for the
> gcc 4.4.0 compiler. It will likely improve over time.
> Mark Allums
thanks! too bad it's looking like it produces consistently slower code.
Received on 2009-02-24