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Date: 2005-05-02 (19:57)
From: Julian Brown <brown@c...>
Subject: Re: Mini ray tracer
On 2005-04-28, Jon Harrop <> wrote:
> I just knocked up a little ray tracer in OCaml to test its viability for the 
> shootout:
> Here, it traces a 768^2 image of 66,430 spheres in 22.51s on a 1.2GHz 
> Athlon-Thunderbird and in 7.24s on a 1.8GHz Athlon 64.
> I've boiled it down to 94 LOC and posted it to the shootout mailing list.


Interesting results, but it's kind of unfair to leave optimisation turned
off for g++! What kind of results do you get with, say, -O3 -ffast-math?