|Subject:||Re: Time to merge scratch/correct-warning-pos into master, perhaps?|
|Date:||Sat, 22 Jan 2022 18:01:20 +0000|
I don't know what benchmarks would be representative of actual elisp usage, but on my build machine both make bootstrap and make check are consistently ~8% slower on correct-warning-pos vs master:make -j1 bootstrap: 649s vs 596s make -j4 bootstrap: 257s vs 238s make -j8 bootstrap: 198s vs 183s make -j1 check: 178s vs 162s make -j4 check: 44s vs 40s make -j8 check: 26s vs 24sThat's consistent with what was reported at the beginning of this thread (~7% slowdown). Byte compilation is expected to be slightly slower with this change.
But make check does a lot more than byte compilation, or am I missing something?
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