EXA and migration
michel at tungstengraphics.com
Wed Nov 26 00:39:47 PST 2008
On Tue, 2008-11-25 at 22:00 +0100, Juliusz Chroboczek wrote:
> >> Apparently, the current incarnation of EXA is built on the assumption that
> >> everything should be accelerated, and that when it isn't, it's a bug. Hence,
> >> it pays no attention whatsoever to the performance of software rendering.
> > That's not 'strong vocabulary' but simply baseless flamebait.
> Sorry if you took it that way.
> I think you'll agree that current incarnations of EXA do some rather silly
> things when some, but not all operations in a sequence can be
Nothing can be done about generic statements like this, only about
specific examples with corresponding backup information such as
profiles, control flow analysis, ...
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