Subject: Re: [boost] Boost.Convert. Take 2.
From: Rob Stewart (robertstewart_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-02-21 05:31:51
On February 21, 2014 3:12:08 AM EST, Vladimir Batov <vb.mail.247_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>Rob Stewart <robertstewart <at> comcast.net> writes:
>> On February 20, 2014 6:27:42 PM EST, Vladimir Batov <Vladimir.Batov
>> >I am especially surprised by the fact that its performance seems
>> > quite adequate (without any optimization):
>> >tests. On the other hand the test could not be any more
>> I assume you're timing an optimized build, on which case you are
>misled by the optimizer because
>> you're not using the results of the conversions.
>Nice hearing from you. I had that suspicion also and I do not think
>optimization was at play. The reason is that I timed twice with "-g"
>without and definitely did not have optimization flags (never use
>it's hard not to notice when the code is optimized -- stepping through
>well, difficult. :-)
Using -g simply includes symbols. It has nothing to do with optimizations. Not testing with optimizations is not worthwhile. sprintf() is highly tuned and C++ code relies on inlining, copy elision, etc. Users of your library will certainly use it with optimizations.
> Secondly, my actual code is different (for the
>cut it to bare minimum). All loops are actually like
>for (int k = 0; k < local::num_cycles; ++k)
> int k = boost::convert<int>::from("12345", ccnv).value();
> BOOST_ASSERT(k == 12345);
>Do you think there still might be something I missed?
The assertion won't help in an optimized build, of course. Save the values and print them at the end, after you've captured the elapsed times.
(Sent from my portable computation engine)
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