From: Alex Odinaev (aodinaev_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-12-02 16:01:46
At this moment I'm working on a huge c++ project (about 8.5M loc).
Unfortunetly the project is using some mix perl/make to build itself.
There is no real incremental build also.
So I'm trying to convince management to use Boost.Jam.V2.
The first question that I've got 'Will it be faster than the current
build system?' My answer was 'For clean build it will be the same but
for incremental build it will be done in optimal time.'
To prove it I need a performance report after bjam done.
At least it would be nice to know how long it takes on project level.
Is it possible to timestamp every target output? I would write perl
script to create performance report then.
Any suggestions are welcome.
Thanks a lot,
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