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Is pgcc dead / outdated?
Posted by: Rich Tenney
Date: March 02, 2005 06:07PM

According to the documentation:

"# By choosing the best possible compiler for your system, you can usually get 10-30 % better performance.
# On Linux/Intel, compile MySQL with pgcc. (The Pentium optimized version of gcc). The binary will only work with Intel Pentium CPUs, however."

However, a visit to the website that maintains pgcc shows old content with many broken links, which makes me wonder if this is a dead project, or if current gcc versions make its once-usefulness obsolete/irrelevant...?

Anyone here know about this? Forgive my ignorance -- I'm a newbie.

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