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Re: cygwin gcc

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On Fri, Jun 20, 2003 at 12:15:20PM -0500, wrote:
>I have an application program one of whose procedures fails
>to compile correctly with gcc at any optimization level.  It
>runs fine but slowly with no optimization.  This routine runs
>optimized on my SUN and on SGI but not under Linux 8 or Cygwin.
>I suspect an error in the optimizer for gcc.
>I downloaded an evaluation copy of pgcc and the routine ran
>fine under optimization.  Is there any way to either use the
>pgcc compiler under Cygwin or link in pgcc compiled objects
>using the Cygwin gcc loader?
>Doug McCowan

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