GCC (cygwin) much faster than MSVC, Borland?

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    Well, I've analysed the code profiling data. All functions finish in about 7.38 sec. But the memory allocation/freeing that's implemented by macros has not been measured. So, I guess that's were the problems is.
    Somehow the memory management of gcc+cygwin1.dll is much faster.
    Last edited by Sargnagel; 08-05-2003 at 03:18 AM.

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