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I am a student of IIT,kharagpur and working on making compilers (like GCC) to be adaptable to multi-core architecture but I have am facing a problem that is I don't ...
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    which version of GCC is adapted to multi-core architecture


    I am a student of IIT,kharagpur and working on making compilers (like GCC) to be adaptable to multi-core architecture but I have am facing a problem that is I don't know starting from which version of gcc starts adapting multi-core architectures.I have read lot of papers,see internet but no where I got information will u please tell me.

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    As far as I know, all GCC versions since 4.x have multi-core optimizations available (RTFM); however, you need to use posix threads to maximize your utilization of the available cores. Reading papers is not a substitute for experimentation and experience...
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
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