If your goal is faster compile times, you can break your app into libraries and 
compile swcs for each part. The code from the swcs does not need to be 
recompiled and it’s not even recopied unless you clean first.

Most of my apps use at least one custom swc besides the SDW ones.

> On Aug 10, 2017, at 6:53 PM, After24 <vinc...@after24.net> wrote:
> 
> Hi Alex,
> 
> Our biggest application is composed of 20 modules and 8 runtime shared
> librairies.
> Aside from a clear separation of functionalities inside the application, the
> use of modules and RSLs results in a significant decrease of the compiltaion
> duration when working on a single module of the app.
> 
> Does the flexJS compiler analyse wich part of the code has changed since the
> last compilation to provide a sort of "incremental compilation" like in
> regular Flex ?
> 
> Vincent.
> 
> 
> 
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