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RE: Link performance: some numbers and a hack

From: Iñaki García Etxebarria
Subject: RE: Link performance: some numbers and a hack
Date: Sat, 20 Sep 2003 18:57:19 +0200

> > It's libtool which is slow, the actual linking is pretty fast once gcc
> > is started. Say, libtool takes around 2 minutes and gcc 2 seconds.
> That is pretty atrocious.
My point exactly ;-)

> This link line is what is passed to libtool.  What is of interest is
> the link line which is being passed to gcc (or the system linker) by
> libtool.  Can you provide us with that?
I would, but I just found something indicating that I was completely on
the wrong track here, it seems to be some locale-related issue:

$ time make:
real    1m1.918s
user    0m52.030s
sys     0m2.570s
$ time LC_ALL=$LANG make
real    0m5.620s
user    0m2.930s
sys     0m2.380s
$ echo ${LC_ALL+set}

$ echo $LANG

Any way to fix this? Making the NLS LC_ALL=C unconditional in libtool
works of course, but we cannot do that due to SCO, of all things... :-)

Kind regards,

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