Posted May 13, 2004 3:16 UTC (Thu) by vblum
Parent article: GCC gets a new Optimizer Framework
One of the interesting side aspects of the tree-ssa branch is not optimization related - it
was supposed to include gfortran, finally an implementation of Fortran 90 (95?), which for
some of us would be a huge optimisation in itself ...
What is the status of gfortran in tree-ssa? Is it still in? Will it be ready / usable by the time
gcc 3.5 appears? How does it compare to the steadily improving, but rather privately
developed g95? Are those branches sundered for good?
questions, questions, but they are mildly interesting to someone using the language ...
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