> 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?
IFF it's only 100k difference, methink it's a no brainer. A static make is a
good thing, if it's so good performancewise that I say go for it. pkg_version
is quite intensive, that's for sure!
The dark ages were caused by the Y1K problem.
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