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Re: [Chicken-users] Comparative build speed for CMake and autotools

From: Sven . Hartrumpf
Subject: Re: [Chicken-users] Comparative build speed for CMake and autotools
Date: Wed, 06 Sep 2006 10:41:58 +0200 (CEST)

Tue, 5 Sep 2006 13:56:19 -0400, cowan wrote:

> I ran from-scratch CMake and autotools builds of the current Darcs head
> on my Cygwin system with basic wall-clock timing (the "time" command
> in bash).  Take this with a grain of salt, YMMV, etc. etc.
> cmake "cmake /opt/chicken/darcs": 1m23s
> cmake "make": 9m10s
> cmake "make install": 0m15s
> cmake total: 10m48s
> autotools "": 0m32s
> autotools "./configure": 3m8s
> autotools "make BOOTSTRAP_PATH=/usr/local/bin": 11m11s
> autotools "make install": 0m49s
> autotools total:  15m40s

Interesting experiment.
BTW: Are the 2 resulting chicken binaries byte-identical?
(Sorry, if this question is naive - I should have followed
the discussion more closely :-( )


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