|[9 earlier articles]|
|Re: Semantic error recovery email@example.com (James Kanze) (1993-11-15)|
|Re: Semantic error recovery delano@snake.CS.Berkeley.EDU (1993-11-17)|
|Re: Semantic error recovery firstname.lastname@example.org (1993-11-17)|
|Re: Semantic error recovery email@example.com (1993-11-18)|
|Re: Semantic error recovery firstname.lastname@example.org (1993-11-22)|
|Re: Semantic error recovery email@example.com (1993-11-23)|
|Re: Semantic error recovery firstname.lastname@example.org (1993-11-28)|
|Re: Semantic error recovery email@example.com (1993-12-01)|
|Re: Semantic error recovery firstname.lastname@example.org (1993-12-04)|
|From:||email@example.com (Geoffrey Clemm)|
|Date:||Sun, 28 Nov 1993 03:48:02 GMT|
firstname.lastname@example.org (Bill Leonard) writes:
Also, the speed of the compilation is not the only consideration. Most
people working on larger projects tend to use make (or something similar).
If you have hundreds of source files, it can take a long time for each
"compilation", because make has to check to see which of those hundreds of
source files need recompilation. If your source is also being accessed
across a network, it can be even worse.
If you are encountering this problem, you might want to consider switching
from "make" to "odin" (found in pub/Odin/odin.tar.Z from bellcore.com -
220.127.116.11). When used with an editor like emacs, Odin accepts notifications
about files being changed, and only looks at those files when building.
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