VDSP++ has C/C++ compiler switch -Og. It was very useful switch. But CCES hasn't it. Why?
As you noticed, we removed the -Og switch from CCES for SHARC and Blackfin cores. This switch was intended to do as much optimization as possible without affecting the debugging experience. However we felt that, although debugging experience was preserved, the performance improvement compared to use of -g was not particularly great. By rationalizing such switches we are able to concentrate our testing on more frequently-used options and therefore improve the overall robustness of the tools.
Optimize for debugging experience (-Og) switch is available in CCES for ARM Cortex processor cores only.
Please refer in CCES help:CrossCore® Embedded Studio 2.6.0 > Integrated Development Environment > Managing CCES Projects > Working with Resource Properties > C/C++ Folder Properties Dialog Box > C/C++ Build Properties Page > Settings > Tool Settings Properties Tab> Compiler General Properties Page
I'm asking why do the switch (-Og) remove from CCES for Sharc Cores. VDSP++ has the switch (-Og) for Sharc Cores.
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