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Re: possible compiler optimization error
"Frederich, Eric P21322" wrote:
> My using -march=i686 was because I couldn't find a list of all accepted
> values in the man page for gcc. After some googling I found that I can
> use -march=pentium-m for my Dell D600 Laptop. I am now happy to report
> that setting -march=pentium-m -O2 works fine. I am glad to hear that
> using the sse2 correctly solves the problem without having to use
> -ffloat-store and taking a possible performance hit.
You can also find the gcc docs on the gcc website. Here is the link to
the section in the 3.4.x manual describing those options:
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