From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-08-13 01:31:02
As I said before, I am interested in these results. And I suspect a few
culprits. But without output from a profiler its very hard to know where
the slowness is. My past experience in this area leads me to suspect that
one slow part of a program sucks up a way disproptionate amount of CPU time.
Often the first couple of small changes will double or triple performance.
I would be surprised if just setting up an archive is a long process - but
I'm also wondering about how much compilers really inline code. This is a
key variable re performance of templated code like this and I'm sure its
hard to pin down. Worse yet, I'm betting it varies all over the place for
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