My fault, I left a lot of changes in that weren’t strictly necessary. I can definitely repackage it if people aren’t too far through yet.
With regards to the std::endl changes, it’s just premature optimization (std::endl makes flushes the buffer).
From: [hidden email]Sent: Sunday, June 2, 2019 17:45To: [hidden email]; [hidden email]; [hidden email]Subject: [bug #56425] Patch for the JIT
Follow-up Comment #1, bug #56425 (project octave):
There seem to be a lot of unrelated changes here, what's the point of changing
`os << std::endl;` to `os << '\n'`?
This patch is also kind of mammoth which makes it difficult to review. Think
you could split it up?
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