Summary of containers patches
marlowsd at gmail.com
Thu Sep 23 10:09:33 EDT 2010
On 23/09/2010 14:25, Milan Straka wrote:
> Hi Simon,
> as you probably know, there are several containers patches dealing with
> performance, separate testsuite and benchmarking.
> Specifically, I mean tickets
> I have all of them in the following repository
> There are no user-visible changes, just performance and the split
> There were no comments in some time, so I would like to push them to
> There is just the code-bloat issue to solve. The excessive use of INLINE
> pragma causes a large code bloat. I am aware of it, it happened even
> when I was benchmarking the containers.
> Personally I vote for:
> - changing INLINE to INLINABLE
> - leave INLINE just in
> - member/lookup functions
> - insert* functions
> as these benefit from specialization a lot and do not cause such
> a bloat (measured during the internship, do not recall the numbers
> I suspect the performance to drop a bit, but I think it is better to
> have a bit slower containers without such a code bloat.
> Simon, I will be flying to IFCP soon, but if you want, I can prepare the
> INLINE->INLINABLE patches and put them in the repo.
That would help a lot, thanks. I started on this today but I'm a bit
overloaded, and getting criterion installed wasn't very smooth (a couple
of package breakages, but nothing serious and patches are upstream).
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