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U++ problem (was: counting words)

This is specifically regarding U++ which is C++ libraries and IDE
(please don't whine whether its on or off topic. Right click on the
thread and click on ignore instead of wasting time).

This is specifically for Mirek Fidler. I am on a new computer (with
Vista instead of XP, 3 gig ram, and 3 core phenom). I downloaded U++
IDE (with mingw). Compiled the counting words benchmark (with MINGW
speed option) and it was much slower than before (2000ms instead of
800-1000 ms on the older comp). I also noticed that the version of g++
bundled with the IDE now is 3.4.2 (mingw-special) (instead of 3.4.0).

Also, I can't make U++ work with MSC9. On the older XP, it worked fine
without any problem. (In fact, MSC9 was automatically the default
compiler and produced faster code than mingw).

Jun 27 '08 #1
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On 2008-04-30 02:52:16 -0400, Razii <wh**********@h otmail.comsaid:
This is specifically regarding U++ which is C++ libraries and IDE
(please don't whine whether its on or off topic. Right click on the
thread and click on ignore instead of wasting time).
This is even easier:

plonk

--
Pete
Roundhouse Consulting, Ltd. (www.versatilecoding.com) Author of "The
Standard C++ Library Extensions: a Tutorial and Reference
(www.petebecker.com/tr1book)

Jun 27 '08 #2
On 30 Apr., 08:52, Razii <whatever1...@h otmail.comwrote :
[snip OT stuff]

This is not the appropriate NG for this. Find a better place.

/Peter
Jun 27 '08 #3
peter koch wrote:
On 30 Apr., 08:52, Razii <whatever1...@h otmail.comwrote :
[snip OT stuff]

This is not the appropriate NG for this. Find a better place.

/Peter
Stop feeding the trolls.
Jun 27 '08 #4
On 30 huhti, 09:52, Razii <whatever1...@h otmail.comwrote :
Vista instead of XP, 3 gig ram, and 3 core phenom). I downloaded U++
IDE (with mingw). Compiled the counting words benchmark (with MINGW
speed option) and it was much slower than before (2000ms instead of
800-1000 ms on the older comp). I also noticed that the version of g++
Get a life.
Jun 27 '08 #5
LR
Razii wrote:
This is specifically regarding U++ which is C++ libraries and IDE
(please don't whine whether its on or off topic. Right click on the
thread and click on ignore instead of wasting time).
[snip rest of off topic content]

Please refer to the faq for information on postings that are off topic
in comp.lang.c++.

http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq-lit...t.html#faq-5.9

Might I suggest that you search for a newsgroup or other forum for which
U++ is topical.

Perhaps you might find one here: http://www.ultimatepp.org/forum/

Please don't waste your time responding to this message. I find many of
your posts interesting, even useful, but your continued posting of off
topic material has led me to add a filter to my news reader. Please
consider this to be my loss.

Regretfully,

LR
Jun 27 '08 #6
Razii wrote:
This is specifically regarding U++ which is C++ libraries and IDE
(please don't whine whether its on or off topic. Right click on the
thread and click on ignore instead of wasting time).

This is specifically for Mirek Fidler. I am on a new computer (with
Vista instead of XP, 3 gig ram, and 3 core phenom). I downloaded U++
IDE (with mingw). Compiled the counting words benchmark (with MINGW
speed option) and it was much slower than before (2000ms instead of
800-1000 ms on the older comp). I also noticed that the version of g++
bundled with the IDE now is 3.4.2 (mingw-special) (instead of 3.4.0).

Also, I can't make U++ work with MSC9. On the older XP, it worked fine
without any problem. (In fact, MSC9 was automatically the default
compiler and produced faster code than mingw).
I won't whine or click ignore.

plonk

--
Jim Langston
ta*******@rocke tmail.com
Jun 27 '08 #7

Some nuts messed up my thread with whining, so I will create a new
one.

This is specifically regarding U++ which is C++ libraries and IDE
(please don't whine whether its on or off topic. Right click on the
thread and click on ignore instead of wasting MY time).

This is specifically for Mirek Fidler. I am on a new computer (with
Vista instead of XP, 3 gig ram, and 3 core phenom). I downloaded U++
IDE (with mingw). Compiled the counting words benchmark (with MINGW
speed option) and it was much slower than before (2000ms instead of
800-1000 ms on the older comp). I also noticed that the version of g++
bundled with the IDE now is 3.4.2 (mingw-special) (instead of 3.4.0).

Also, I can't make U++ work with MSC9. On the older XP, it worked fine
without any problem. (In fact, MSC9 was automatically the default
compiler and produced faster code than mingw).
Jun 27 '08 #8
On Wed, 30 Apr 2008 11:03:18 -0400, LR <lr***@superlin k.netwrote:
>Please refer to the faq for information on postings that are off topic
in comp.lang.c++.
Why don't you stick up where sun doesn't shine, moron? Didn't I tell
you to not waste my time with posting nonsense?


Jun 27 '08 #9
On Wed, 30 Apr 2008 06:54:27 -0400, Pete Becker
<pe**@versatile coding.comwrote :
>This is even easier:
You should know that if I wanted, I can setup a bot that will post
with a different USENET server and different email everyday the same
post (like I did here), both here and to c++.moderated with approved
tag added, until you learn not to whine and stink my threads with
nonsense.
Jun 27 '08 #10

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