Interesting analysis of how GCC's optimizations affect debugging.
Hmm. Supporting C++ modules will need to modify the compiler/build system in annoying/magic ways...
My talk “How compilers take advantage of undefined behavior” from the Malmö C++ User Group meeting 0x3 is now available on YouTube
I blogged some more about how microbenchmarks may give misleading results
I blogged about how GCC optimizes a benchmark so it (probably) fails to measure what was intended
I blogged about four useful address sanitizer checks that are not enabled by default when using -fsanitize=address.
I blogged about why the compiler cannot optimize one of the examples from Matt Godbolt’s C++Now 2018 talk.
I blogged about compilation time – compiling with -std=c++98 is (sometimes) much faster than -std=c++11
I blogged about the useful, but little known, libstdc++ debug mode.
Compilers / GPUs / NetBSD / Lindy Hop (not necessarily in that order)
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