Impact of native compilation

Luke Gorrie luke@REDACTED
Fri Sep 6 20:18:27 CEST 2002

Marc Feeley <feeley@REDACTED> writes:

> For the record, ETOS has very good floating point performance, thanks
> to Gambit-C on which it is based.  On some complex numerical programs
> Gambit-C can compile floating-point code as efficiently as C (see for
> example

What's the word on ETOS' availability? Last year I mailed in asking
for the sources to the lastest version, but didn't hear back. The
website only has 2.3 in binary, and 1.4 as source.


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