dwt-linux with ldc successfully built

"Jérôme M. Berger" jeberger at free.fr
Sun Oct 11 09:45:09 PDT 2009

Spacen Jasset wrote:
> Gian Perrone wrote:
>> Frank Benoit schrieb:
>>> Thats good news. How long was the compile time? How big the executable?
>> real 9m16.925s
>> user 67m34.623s
>> sys 4m28.682s
>> That was on a dual Xeon quad core platform (= 8 cores) 2.5GHz via SSH, 
>> because on my laptop it was way to slow to repeat changing one code 
>> line and compiling again.
>> I remember compiling DWT 3.4-1 on my dual-core laptop with an old dmd 
>> version in 6 seconds.
>> libDO-dwt.a is just 279M (remember, w/o browser and internals.mozilla) 
>> and simple just 11M...
> How come the user time is more than the real time? Is the real time not 
> the wall clock difference?

	Yes, but the user time is the time spent in user code on each CPU 
or Core. So if you spend 1min at 100% on two cores, you get 2min of 
user time and 1min of real time.

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