[fpc-devel] I've asked this before, but perhaps I wasn't specific enough that time: what do I *personally*, specifically need to do to ensure that a native Windows 64-bit build winds up on the FPC website for the next release?
nickysn at gmail.com
Fri Jan 14 05:52:39 CET 2022
On 1/14/22 06:45, Ben Grasset via fpc-devel wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 13, 2022 at 11:38 PM Nikolay Nikolov via fpc-devel
> <fpc-devel at lists.freepascal.org> wrote:
> For the record, I did try make cycle for ppc386 and ppcx64 on my
> Windows 10 (with Windows Defender turned on) and both finished in
> exactly 42 seconds :)
> Not surprising that you closed the gap a bit with your 5900X IMO,
> although that's still a decent improvement over both of your Linux
> results. I do think probably linking with GNU LD isn't as fast in most
> cases as linking internally, as I mentioned before. Though using LLD
> or mold instead of LD might be a different story.
No, it's not, because in linux I tested "make -j24 all" in the compiler
directory, which also builds all the packages, textmode ide and
utilities (and also does a parallel build), but in Windows I tested only
"make cycle", like you did.
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