Will Andrews wrote:
> [ cc's trimmed, moved to -current ]
> On Wed, Feb 28, 2001 at 09:51:08AM -0700, Warner Losh wrote:
> > So long as it is not forced unconditionally to be static.
> I agree.
> > b) I've not seen the numbers for this. If it is only 1% faster, it
> > doesn't make sense, even though it sounds good on paper.
> I will perform careful benchmarks and publish results. Can people wait
> until that is done before moving forward please? Give me until Saturday.
Any updates? My quick test involving running pkg_version on a system with 92
installed ports, which is very make-intensive operation if ports have origin
recorded, as pkg_version(1) runs `make -V' for each port, shown that
statically-compiled make is about 15% faster than dynamically-compiled. Sound like a
reasonable speed gain for 100k binary size increase. What do people think?
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