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Old 20 January 2017, 03:16   #30
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Originally Posted by Thorham View Post
Wow, that's bad. I don't think even old compilers like SAS/C produce that kind of code. Just wow

I certainly know which compiler to avoid now. What a shame
It is embarrassing and frustrating. Vbcc can generate some of the best code and some of the worst. I don't know what happened here. It was generating better code in an earlier version. It is capable of using advanced instructions and addressing modes like move.b (a1)+,(a0)+ but then so is GCC. Maybe there is a fix already for some of the problems but more problems seem to creep back in with both vbcc and GCC. Too much complexity and not enough developers any more. Sad .
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