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Question: VST3: Do you compile REAPER with C++ exceptions enabled and if you do so have you noticed any performance related issues with various intel architectures?
Asked by Gio (94.70.11.x) on September 21 2021, 11:07pm
Reply on September 24 2021, 10:54pm:
    We don't use C++ exceptions, but compile our code on Windows using /EHsc. Haven't noticed any performance issues.

  • Posted by Gio (94.70.11.x) on September 25 2021, 12:37am:
    I see, was reading a benchmark a few years ago about exceptions and stated that a particular intel architecture didn't like exceptions at all (I can't find the source). I guess that conclusion was based on the error path, etc.

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