[erlang-questions] Re: [erlang-bugs] Re: [erlang-questions] wx fails to build on Snow Leopard
Tue Sep 8 08:50:16 CEST 2009
It depends on gcc version (and hardware).
I who compile it daily, though not on the mac, have no problem with it,
so I havn't split up the file to make the code more complex and harder
It takes 6.5 minutes to compile on my old 1.83 Ghz mac mini, with 1GB memory.
Steve Vinoski wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 7, 2009 at 10:05 AM, Masklinn <masklinn@REDACTED> wrote:
>> On 7 Sep 2009, at 15:54 , Steve Vinoski wrote:
>> On Mon, Sep 7, 2009 at 5:55 AM, Jayson Vantuyl <kagato@REDACTED> wrote:
>>> On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 5:10 PM, Steve Vinoski<vinoski@REDACTED> wrote:
>>>>> What was "quite a while"? 10 minutes? 30 minutes?
>>>>>>> A small aside. You should really leave compilations like this for an
>>>>> hour before giving up (and watch the memory usage in the meantime). If
>>>> taking up CPU, it's probably just pathological compilation behavior.
>>> No need to lecture. Anytime I hear my laptop fans kick into high gear and
>>> run that way for more than 5 minutes, I hunt down the source of the issue
>>> and make it stop. Let it run for an hour? No thanks. I have no interest in
>>> potentially overheating my laptop and unnecessarily shortening its
>>> trying to compile something like this.
>> Any modern CPU (especially in laptops) has built-in temperature management
>> and overheating protection, unless your laptop has pretty severe hardware
>> defects there's no reason for it to overheat (let alone get a shortened
>> lifespan out of that). In any correctly built laptop, the temperatures
>> reached by the components will be well within the hardware's tolerances
>> (though not your thighs's).
> Tell that to my old PowerBook, which recently gave up the ghost after a
> couple months of my son constantly watching video game videos from YouTube,
> causing the fans to be running on high all the time and the body to
> constantly be pretty hot.
> Like I said, no need to lecture. I used to do chip testing. We'd literally
> bake them, we'd freeze them with liquid nitrogen, we'd run them for weeks
> under extreme temperatures. I'm well aware of what they can handle, but I'm
> also well aware of what even non-extreme temperatures can mean for device
> lifespan. So thanks but I'll stand by my concerns.
> And re erlang compilation, though I have no doubt it's malfunctioning under
>> SL, it used to take a good half hour to hour under leopard on a 2GHz C2D
> The entire compilation of Erlang/OTP took that long, yes, but here we're
> talking about a single file taking that long to compile -- quite a
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