[fpc-devel] Blackfin support

Marco van de Voort marcov at stack.nl
Wed Jul 14 08:56:52 CEST 2010

In our previous episode, Hans-Peter Diettrich said:
> > One must keep in mind though that he probably measures on a *nix, and there
> > is a reason why on Windows the make cycle takes twice the time on Windows.
> One of these issues are memory mapped files, that can speed up file 
> access a lot (I've been told), perhaps because it maps directly to the 
> system file cache?

As said, I always had the feeling that it was binary startup time, and
directory I/O rather than basic blockwrite/read speed.

Most files are tens of kbs max, and will probably be read entirely anyway by
the system.

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