On Samstag, 5. August 2017 08:46:22 CEST Paul Eggert wrote:
> Tim Rühsen wrote:
> > Is there any chance to parallelize the work of ./gnulib-tool ? The machine
> > was just 6-7% idle.
> There was a GNU project to improve gnulib-tool's performance a while ago. I
> don't know what came of it. That, plus 'configure', is a lot of why
> single-core performance still matters when building GNU software.

There was a thread in gnu-prog-discuss with some ideas how to improve the 
speed of configure runs. But I guess, nobody works on it consequently.
I put some work at it: 

Regards, Tim

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