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SubjectRe: [PATCH v4 00/34] Printbufs - new data structure for building strings
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On 20/06/2022 02.41, Kent Overstreet wrote:

> Rasmus pointed out that -fno-strict-aliasing is going to cause gcc to generate
> nasty code, and indeed it unfortunately does but according to worst case
> scenario microbenchmarks it's not a problem for actual performance.

Well, that's not how I interpreted those numbers, but, except if they
showed an improvement, how much is acceptable is of course always a
matter of judgment.

However, what's really annoying and somewhat dishonest is that you're
not including those numbers, nor the methodology, in either the cover
letter or commit itself.

Rasmus

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