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Re: Bash-4.3-rc1 -- curious?

From: Linda Walsh
Subject: Re: Bash-4.3-rc1 -- curious?
Date: Sat, 22 Feb 2014 16:35:47 -0800
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Chet Ramey wrote:
On 1/25/14, 8:36 PM, Linda Walsh wrote:
Also, haven't begin to look at "why", but something is alot slower
in bash-43...
To get to beginning of calling my first "personal .rc file":
(~/.bashrc): bash43 shows:
[ 109.999]/etc/profile#356> . /home/law/.bashrc
bash42 shows:
[  24.090]/etc/profile#357> . /home/law/.bashrc
....finishes in a bit over 31 seconds...
I've no idea why there is such a large discrepancy at this point.

All the non-release versions of bash enable extensive, exhaustive, and
time-consuming malloc arena and allocation checking.  That slows things
considerably.  This has been true in all versions before 4.3.

This wouldn't, by any chance, be controllable in the Makefile with
these lines?:

# comment out for release

--- or is there some other check to see if "RELSTATUS" is empty???
(transmission works that way... if not a full release number, it
turns on debugging regardless of build options).

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