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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • when I used llvm-gcc I had similar results using non llvm linkage.

    Make sure clang emits llvm bytecode so that link time optimizations (which are the most effective) can be run.

    For me results when from roughly 80-90% of gcc to about 110% on average IIRC.

    See my earlier post on llvm, from around june 2008 I think.