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January 03, 2009
dwt and tango trunk with dmd 1.038 on linux...
Dmd compile times are out of the sky. Tango compiled in seconds, but 
dwt... I've tried both oneatatime and without. With one at a time it 
uses over 2 hours per file!

Has anyone else compiled dwt and tango using trunk on linux?
January 03, 2009
Re: dwt and tango trunk with dmd 1.038 on linux...
On 03.01.2009 13:14, Simen Endsjø Haugen wrote:
> Dmd compile times are out of the sky. Tango compiled in seconds, but
> dwt... I've tried both oneatatime and without. With one at a time it
> uses over 2 hours per file!
>
> Has anyone else compiled dwt and tango using trunk on linux?

Same issue on Windows.  I think Walter's aware of it, so it'll probably 
be fixed in the next dmd release.
January 03, 2009
Re: dwt and tango trunk with dmd 1.038 on linux...
Hello Simen,

> Dmd compile times are out of the sky. Tango compiled in seconds, but
> dwt... I've tried both oneatatime and without. With one at a time it
> uses over 2 hours per file!
> 
> Has anyone else compiled dwt and tango using trunk on linux?
> 


Which version of dsss are you using?

I don't think I've tried 1.038 on linux yet...


-JJR
January 03, 2009
Re: dwt and tango trunk with dmd 1.038 on linux...
Hello John,

> Hello Simen,
> 
>> Dmd compile times are out of the sky. Tango compiled in seconds, but
>> dwt... I've tried both oneatatime and without. With one at a time it
>> uses over 2 hours per file!
>> 
>> Has anyone else compiled dwt and tango using trunk on linux?
>> 
> Which version of dsss are you using?
> 
> I don't think I've tried 1.038 on linux yet...
> 
> -JJR
> 


Oh, wait. I did... but it was beta version of it.

-JJR
January 04, 2009
Re: dwt and tango trunk with dmd 1.038 on linux...
Hello John,

> Hello Simen,
> 
>> Dmd compile times are out of the sky. Tango compiled in seconds, but
>> dwt... I've tried both oneatatime and without. With one at a time it
>> uses over 2 hours per file!
>> 
>> Has anyone else compiled dwt and tango using trunk on linux?
>> 
> Which version of dsss are you using?
> 
> I don't think I've tried 1.038 on linux yet...
> 
> -JJR
> 


Okay, tried the release 1.038 on linux, and indeed it is very slow... back 
to 1.037 for now.

Also, please be aware that version(TANGOSVN) needs fixing for the dwt-linux 
repository.

I've done some preliminary changes... When I get working, I'll commit it. 
Tango seems to have shifted some things around significantly in the tango.io 
space.

-JJR
January 05, 2009
Re: dwt and tango trunk with dmd 1.038 on linux...
torhu wrote:
> On 03.01.2009 13:14, Simen Endsjø Haugen wrote:
>> Dmd compile times are out of the sky. Tango compiled in seconds, but
>> dwt... I've tried both oneatatime and without. With one at a time it
>> uses over 2 hours per file!
>>
>> Has anyone else compiled dwt and tango using trunk on linux?
> 
> Same issue on Windows.  I think Walter's aware of it, so it'll probably 
> be fixed in the next dmd release.

Thanks. Good to have it verified that I'm not doing anything wrong. 
Switched to 1.037, and it compiles fast.
January 05, 2009
Re: dwt and tango trunk with dmd 1.038 on linux...
John Reimer wrote:
> Hello John,
> 
>> Hello Simen,
>>
>>> Dmd compile times are out of the sky. Tango compiled in seconds, but
>>> dwt... I've tried both oneatatime and without. With one at a time it
>>> uses over 2 hours per file!
>>>
>>> Has anyone else compiled dwt and tango using trunk on linux?
>>>
>> Which version of dsss are you using?
>>
>> I don't think I've tried 1.038 on linux yet...
>>
>> -JJR
>>
> 
> 
> Okay, tried the release 1.038 on linux, and indeed it is very slow... 
> back to 1.037 for now.
> 
> Also, please be aware that version(TANGOSVN) needs fixing for the 
> dwt-linux repository.
> 
> I've done some preliminary changes... When I get working, I'll commit 
> it. Tango seems to have shifted some things around significantly in the 
> tango.io space.
> 
> -JJR
> 
> 

Yes, I had to make a few minor changes to build dwt.. Sorry for not 
submitting a patch for that.
January 05, 2009
Re: dwt and tango trunk with dmd 1.038 on linux...
Hello Simen,

> John Reimer wrote:
> 
>> Hello John,
>> 
>>> Hello Simen,
>>> 
>>>> Dmd compile times are out of the sky. Tango compiled in seconds,
>>>> but dwt... I've tried both oneatatime and without. With one at a
>>>> time it uses over 2 hours per file!
>>>> 
>>>> Has anyone else compiled dwt and tango using trunk on linux?
>>>> 
>>> Which version of dsss are you using?
>>> 
>>> I don't think I've tried 1.038 on linux yet...
>>> 
>>> -JJR
>>> 
>> Okay, tried the release 1.038 on linux, and indeed it is very slow...
>> back to 1.037 for now.
>> 
>> Also, please be aware that version(TANGOSVN) needs fixing for the
>> dwt-linux repository.
>> 
>> I've done some preliminary changes... When I get working, I'll commit
>> it. Tango seems to have shifted some things around significantly in
>> the tango.io space.
>> 
>> -JJR
>> 
> Yes, I had to make a few minor changes to build dwt.. Sorry for not
> submitting a patch for that.
> 


No problem :).  I committed the update, but I haven't yet fixed all the warnings 
that are displayed (for deprecated Tango features).  But it should work now.

I haven't fixed dwt-win for tango svn yet.

-JJR
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