From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-04-11 05:30:15
On Friday 11 April 2008 04:52:14 Jurko Gospodnetiæ wrote:
> Hi Igor.
> > I'm starting to think that perhaps I'm not building the same BJAM that
> > you are building. Is there a way for me to check out exactly the same
> > version of the trunk that you are using? Also, can you send the
> > commands that you used to build BJAM?
> OK, it seems I must have done something wrong the first time. Sorry...
> I now deleted all the builds and rebuilt them again and now I get
> timings matching your own - both with the original test Jamfile and the
> new one you sent.
> Time to change my vote and say that the patch should be applied to
> the trunk. :-) And possibly a test added based on the latest example to
> guard against any regressions. Volodya, should I do this or should we
> wait for more opinions?
I actually wanted to figure out why the current algorithm performs that
bad, but I'll have little time next week, and that's more of a theoretical
question. I think getting this in is best at this point. Thanks!
> I retested the new builds with one of our own big projects but it
> seems that we just do not hit this speedup scenario there and timings
> remain the same. Ah well... :-)
Well, one cannot expect one patch to fix all issues :-)
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