[cfe-dev] is configure+make dead yet?
gkeiser at arxan.com
Wed Jun 27 15:13:46 PDT 2012
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> On Behalf Of Óscar Fuentes
> Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2012 5:05 PM
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> Subject: Re: [cfe-dev] is configure+make dead yet?
> Gordon Keiser <gkeiser at arxan.com> writes:
> >> > CMake generates gigantic project files for IDEs like Visual Studio
> >> > and Xcode, which causes those IDEs to behavior very poorly, with
> >> > long project load times and sluggish overall performance. It's a
> >> > significant productivity problem.
> > devenv.exe llvm.sln /Build "Release|Win32" completes a couple of
> > minutes faster on Windows for me than make -j8 does on Mac/Linux on
> > similarly spec'd processors. I've seen several comments like this
> > (including mentions of VS having poor multithreading), but I haven't
> > seen this in reality.
> The difference you observe might be caused because on Windows
> LLVM_TARGETS_TO_BUILD defaults to just "X86", while on the rest of
> platforms it is "all".
I've overridden that to X86 & ARM on both platforms. I'll note that a partial rebuild is a bit quicker in make.
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