From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-07-28 02:53:12
> Am Freitag 25 Juli 2003 15:13 schrieb Vladimir Prus:
> > I'd say this is not surprising. I've changed the way header
> > dependencies are handled (actually grabbed from Perforce Jam) and it
> > adds some internal nodes. But... that happened for M5.
> > Could you please try getting CVS state as of 2003-07-10 and compare
> > it's performance with M5 (again using -n switch).
> Ok. I've done a checkout with -D 2003-07-10 and rebuild bjam.
> I've just realised that I should have tried -D 2003-07-11, because I now
> have the status of 2003-07-09. If this is the case, I'll try that again
> on Monday and report again.
> It reports Version 3.1.6, but this seems ok.
> Well, this version uses 251 MB and works fine.
If I understand you correctly, these are great news. So, using M6 and bjam as
of 2003-07-09, you had lots of memory eaten. Version from 2003-07-10 works
ok. On "2003-07-09 09:49" Moscow time I've comitted fix for a serious bug,
and this can account for the difference. The bug was logical, but it would
not surprise me if it caused increased memory consumption.
It at all possible, can you try build the CVS HEAD state of jam and see if it
I'd really wish that Boost.Build was hosted in Subversion repository. Instead
of those dates and timezones, we'd have a single revision number to talk
> Thank you for your help !
> Happy Weekend !
Thank you! Had a nice weekend already ;-) Hope you too!
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