[Mono-devel-list] .NET Blog on performance.
bmaurer at ximian.com
Fri Oct 22 14:48:36 EDT 2004
> On Fri, 22 Oct 2004 12:13:32 -0400, Miguel de Icaza <miguel at novell.com>
>> Rico Mariani's blog is very interesting:
> The ngen one? or the newer one? I guess most of his posts qualify
> I was wondering why we don't aot assemblies that we put in the GAC, and
> this seems like a good oppurtunity to ask. I recently made a
> (hello-world level) test of just aot-ing mscorlib.dll and it was much
> slower than mono --optimize=all, which from the post above looks
> consistent with .NET. I was under the impression that aot did the same
> operations as --optimize=all, is that right? I didn't try aot-ing more,
> perhaps someone has already done so and knows what sort of
> improvement it offers on mono.
aot uses the default opt set. You would have to do mono -O=all --aot ...
The reason is that all has some untested (or, not as tested) opts.
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