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Sun, 19 Sep 2010 20:32:02 +0200
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The problem, as far as I can determine, is not that the compilation
process takes longer, but that buffer/window update is slow.
For long compilations, with output more than a few kB, output is
"chunky". Updates seem to be in multiples of 4 kB, with delays
between them. Running strace supports this assumption.
I tried this as a "compilation":
time find /path/to/somewhere -ls
With "compile" (slow, chunky buffer update)
With "shell-command" (immediate buffer update)
From Bash, not within emacs
User and system times are effectively the same, but real
time differs by a factor of 1000.