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Re: I compiled XEmacs with ccc

What is ccc and where can I get it?

Eberhard Burr <Eberhard.Burr@gmx.de> writes:

> Just in case someone else is interested in this:
> I just managed to compile XEmacs21-nomule with ccc on my Slink system.
> I just edited the PackagesMakefile after unpacking the package, so
> that ccc got used. The only file that has to be compiled with gcc is
> src/unexalpha.c (I did that manually from a second xterm while
> dpkg-buildpackage was running) and also the [ec]tags.c files have to
> be compiled with -O1 or -O0.
> The resulting binary is amazingly snappy comparing to the
> XEmacs-20-mule binary that comes with slink (entering a group in Gnus
> is about 4 times faster on my SX164).
> kind Regards,
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