Oh ok. Sometimes it is quicker at the first run actually but it makes sense
the antivirus be the problem. Guess my best bet is use --onedir and if I
can, I'll let the dependencies elsewhere and not on dist folder.
On Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 3:07:30 AM UTC-3, Steve Barnes wrote:
> On 19/09/2016 21:23, maurice wrote:
> > So all this time is due to unpacking? Also sometimes it's much quicker
> > (like 10s) and in some other cases it exceeds 1 minute.
> If you have recently run the packed code, i.e. last few minutes, your OS
> cashing may well go - you just deleted those files and need them back so
> here you go. Also some anti-virus software can cause a huge variability
> - the first time that you run it will scan the entire packed executable
> before allowing it to run, scan the files it writes as it writes them
> and in some cases scan them again as they are read but once it has done
> so may just verify that it is the same unchanged file. Also any dynamic
> load libraries are loaded into RAM at the first run and don't
> necessarily remove themselves as soon as you exit so a second run
> shortly after the first can be faster from that as well.
> Steve (Gadget) Barnes
> Any opinions in this message are my personal opinions and do not reflect
> those of my employer.
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