please check for viruses, I think my PC is clean but you can never be too careful.
almost forgot, it's 64-bit version
let me know when you have downloaded the file so I can remove the link.
There shouldn't be a big difference because this test is full of square root calculations - and that is an extremely slow instruction. So it's all hardware dependent.srvaldez wrote:my times were about 11 seconds on both the FP and FB
dodicat wrote:I get about 10 seconds with -gen gcc -Wc -O3
I cannot run the risk of using a .exe installer on win 10. (
Does it write to the registry?
does it put files all over windows?)
I know it is free, but any half decent compiler should have the option of a .zip.
dodicat wrote:Thank you marcov.
svarldez's zip fpc works well here.
I note that If I had used the installer and agreed to put fpc.exe on path then I would also have put a 67 KB gcc.exe on path, along with a multitude of other executable files.
dodicat wrote:Fair enough marcov.
But I still think that you should have a portable(zip, 7Z,whatever) version of FreePascal.
Other compilers have, Dev-C++, FreeBASIC of course, Haskell, ...
You might attract more punters (sorry ... developers).
dodicat wrote:An ide that requires it's compiler on path (geany I believe, scite , notepad2, codeblocks (not sure about all of these), I avoid.
jj2007 wrote:My benchmarks here use version 3.0.4, so I hope they are relevant.marcov wrote:FPC 2 are nearly complete rewrite, and not comparable. So benchmarking with 1.0.6 is a waste of time. Yours, and ours.
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