On Tue, Sep 28, 2010 at 6:23 PM, Ruben Van Boxem
> HI guys,
> I have managed to get another build out. This time I left out
> (cloog-)ppl, and thus the Graphite optimizations. These things just
> kept bugging me, hard. I used GCC 4.6 from 20100918 (the 20100925 had
> a bug in lto which made this feature unusable, as lto1.exe crashed
> each time it was used). I did fix a particular evil bug concerning an
> ICE when compiling Qt's WebKit:
> The x64 build is completely compiled with lto and wholeprogram
> optimizations, the x86 toolchain has those options enabled and usable.
> For the x64 build I first built a GCC 4.5.2 compiler with sezero's
> orphaned source package. This allowed me to enable lto for the x64
Off-topic: From this, I assume my 4.5 build (well, at least the src of it)
is just fine, yes? Maybe I intend making binary builds based on 4.5.
> build. I did not do this for the x86 build, but that shouldn't really
> matter. I also built gcc using the "make profiledbootstrap" build
> step, which, according to GCC themselves provides a 7% increase in
> performance. I removed all *.la files to prevent libtool from getting
> confused after relocation,
> The object size bug (4.5+, affects most prominently wxWidgets
> compilation) is in the process of being fixed, and therefore I did not
> include any patching for this. Sorry for that. If there are any
> problems, please let me know via this list.
> Everything should be uploaded soon (+/- 1.5 hour).