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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] SWIG compilation speedup!

From: Martin Dvh
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] SWIG compilation speedup!
Date: Sat, 13 Jan 2007 18:08:18 +0100
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Berndt Josef Wulf wrote:
> On Saturday 13 January 2007 15:05, Eric Blossom wrote:
>>I've just checked code into the trunk that speeds up compilation of
>>the swig generated code, as well as reducing the number of
>>dependencies for each piece.
>>-r4255 refactors gnuradio_swig_python.{cc,py} into 5 separate .so's
>>These correspond to the runtime, general, filter and io directories,
>>and also includes a new directory, gengen. gengen contains that part
>>of general that was machine generated. This split is arbitrary, but
>>was useful for getting size of the swig generated glue code for
>>general down to about 2MB.
>>In addition, the swig glue is now compiled with -g1 -O1 instead of
>>-g -O2. With this change all the swig code now compiles in about 60%
>>of the time that it used to take.
>>Packagers, please note that there are now 5 SWIG generated .so's and
>>.py's in gnuradio-core that replace the previous 1
> What are the issues with the compile time? This topic came up previously in 
> discussions which determined that documentation will nolonger be generated by 
> default due to build time.
> I can't see the point for doing so. I don't care if its takes me 15 minutes 
> or 
> 30 minutes to compile all GNU Radio.
I do care if it takes me 3 hours or 1 hour to compile gnuradio
(apperently you never compiled gnuradio on windows and you have lots of RAM)

> Compilation time saved will now be spend waiting for the download?
> cheerio Berndt
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