Re: Compilation speed on Windows (was: Re: GTK+ for Windows MSVCRT dependency?)

Robert Ögren writes:
 > or in the windows command prompt (cmd.exe):

 > copy \windows\system32\help.exe install.exe
 > for /L %i in (1,1,100) do @install

 > and watch the explorer.exe process in the task manager. 

Nothing special... Explorer's CPU time stays the same, and the for
loop proceeds as quickly as possible. This is on a quite fresh XP SP2
machine, with recommended security fixes, and very little third-party
software yet installed (Firefox, XEmacs, Adobe Reader, mingw, MSYS).


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