From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-09-28 05:24:16
On Wednesday 28 September 2005 14:15, Kevin Wheatley wrote:
> > One approach is to make glob lazy, so globbing is only done when
> > installing Boost. Another approach is to use some recursive copy program.
> > It's known issue, but I'll take to devote some time to it.
> > In either case, using glob for your own target should be have such bad
> > effect, as you'll be globbing for much less files.
> indeed, it only takes 10-15 seconds to do nothing on my toy (199
> targets reported) test project... if I mirror some of the remote files
> locally to give an unfair test against make it is nearer 1-2s.
> make is near instant, even with remote files, but then that's NFS not
> SMB, linux not windows, etc. and in make I have a cached set of
> dependancies, that ignore system includes, which is what I tag Boost
> as, my make projects only work for our Unix systems (IRIX and Linux),
> not Windows which was one of the reasons I could spend some time on
> trying BB.
If you send me the output of "bjam -d -d+10", the chances of future V2 version
to work faster on your project will certainly improve ;-)
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