From: Rene Rivera (grafikrobot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-09-05 01:20:32
Rene Rivera wrote:
>> Is there anyway I can get bjam to release some memory once the
>> dependency analysis is complete and it moves into the build phase?
> Hm, it might be possible... But it would require identifying and
> segregating the strings that the build phase needs into a separate
> table so we could then delete the rest of the strings. Not sure how hard
> that would be though.
Scratch that, basically the whole working set is available through the
use of variables in the actions.
FYI... One of the problems with bjam is that it doesn't keep track of
the difference between the working set and the historical set of memory.
Hence it's working set is almost the complete historical set.
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