That question is too localized anyway. It's over four years old, and some of the answers are based on experiences the answerers had years before.
Even if it had value at the time it was written, it hasn't been maintained in a comprehensive enough way that someone could make a good decision based on it today.
Further, comparing the two compilers has little real-world value. They overlap in use in some ways, but they are clearly designed for different markets.
I can see it being left visible on the site only if it was maintained on a yearly basis (which means it has to be left open anyway) and comprehensive answers that include compiler versions used for comparison are provided.
Otherwise it is nothing more than outdated cruft of limited usefulness, and should be deleted.
This all on top of the fact that it's simply not a good question for this site. At best one can only compare the two compilers at the 50 thousand foot view. If you delve down much further you've got a book to read, and if you want to deal with all the versions of the two compilers that are in active use today and compare them on a changelog item by changelog item basis then you've got volumes of books to write.
And that still wouldn't help someone who is in a position to choose, instead it'd be like staring at an aisle of 342 different types of white bread and wheat bread, and rather than asking which exact bread is good for the specific sandwich that person wants to make, they are standing back and saying, "compare the white and wheat bread for me in a comprehensive enough manner that I can make a decision for my circumstances, which I 'm not going to tell you about."
Instead, let interested users at the crossroads ask an application or task-specific question on SO when they come to that fork.
This question does not belong on this site.