using the Intel compiler (icc)
simonmar at microsoft.com
Sun Jun 5 17:42:07 EDT 2005
There's a command line switch to change the C compiler: -pgmc icc. But
I doubt whether you could use icc as the back-end for GHC without quite
a lot of work, because the mangler is quite picky.
Linking object files created by icc into a ghc-compiled program should
work fine, though.
Automatic vectorisation of loops won't help GHC (the code we generate
doesn't have any loops).
On 05 June 2005 19:17, Keean Schupke wrote:
> Yes, thats exactly what I mean. Can I switch the compiler to use with
> a command line switch? ICC is compatible with GCC and can use the same
> libraries. The main advantage is the automatic vectorisation of loops,
> to use SSE / MMX.
> Seth Kurtzberg wrote:
>> Keean Schupke wrote:
>>> Is it possible to get GCC to use the intel C compiler (ICC) instead
>>> of gcc?
>> Do you mean is it possible to get /GHC/ to use /ICC/? Otherwise I
>> don't understand the question.
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