Re: Build times?
On Friday 29 November 2002 11:25, Frank Van Damme wrote:
> On Friday 29 November 2002 02:12, Michael Schuerig wrote:
> > As I wrote earlier, I consider building my own KDE packages
> > (possibly from CVS) with debugging enabled. I just tried this on
> > qt-copy and this is what "time" said of the effort:
> > real 487m1.732s
> > user 401m35.620s
> > sys 12m42.350s
> > (450 MHz Celeron 2, 640MB RAM, Kernel 2.4.19, gcc 2.9.5)
> > This is a bit long... I'm wondering, what are the times on current,
> > faster machines (2 GHz and up)?
> I don't know, QT took about 4 hours here;
> - athlon classic 800 MHz
> - epox 7kxa board, via kx133 chipset
> - 384 meg sdram
> - gcc 3.2 (IMPORTANT!!! takes more time to compile...)
Did you build with -debug enabled, i.e., added to the configure options?
Also, I didn't do a plain "make", but rather "debuild -us -uc binary" I
expect the later to take longer considerably longer as it creates
packages for everything.
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