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Why is -march=native used so rarely?

With most C/C++ compilers, there's a flag passable to the compiler, -march=native, which tells the compiler to tune generated code for the micro-architecture and ISA extensions of the host CPU. Even if it doesn't go by the same name, there's typically an equivalent option for LLVM-based compilers, like rustc or...
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