Quote Originally Posted by 0xBADCODE View Post
And why someone should make such discounts? We need operating systems here and now. Not "in June" or whenever. Let's go further and drop all tests where clang loses. Or even better, drop all tests where Linux + recent GCC beats BSDs to a hell. Then BSD guys would be happy for sure . Yet, I doubt this approach would make BSDs anyhow popular.
I don't quite get your logic. Why would dropping the OpenMP benchmarks (of course with explicitly stating in the article that they are dropped because Clang lacks support for it) making a difference in you making a decision? Do you really need to see a fancy graphic to realize that?
And how is a comparison of two compilers on the same platform intended to make the platform more popular?
This doesn't make much sense.