[webkit-gtk] Crazy-long build times in GNOME 3.8??
zandobersek at gmail.com
Sat Mar 30 21:27:07 PDT 2013
Given all the warnings, I'm fairly certain you got to use the GCC 4.8
compiler. The bug causing the warnings is already being worked on.
Can you try enforcing the 4.7 version of the GCC compiler if available?
Hopefully that'll bring down the long build time as well (which, again
hopefully, is due to all the warnings).
On Mar 31, 2013 12:13 AM, "Joanmarie Diggs" <jdiggs at igalia.com> wrote:
> Hey guys.
> I recently moved one of my machines to Fedora 19. Yeah, I know, unstable
> release is unstable. :) BUT, I am seeing crazy-long build times.
> For those of you who suspect I may be exaggerating by "crazy-long"....
> In Fedora 18, this machine could do a complete/clean release build in
> ~18 minutes. Here's what I just got attempting this same feat in F19:
> WebKit is now built (1h:53m:49s).
> To run GtkLauncher with this newly-built code, use the
> "Tools/Scripts/run-launcher" script.
> <crosses eyes />
> I am also seeing a ridiculous amount of spewage a la:
> warning: typedef ‘foo_bar’ locally defined but not used [-Wunused-
> along with various COMPILE_ASSERTS.
> And by "ridiculous amount," I mean it's more or less a steady stream. So
> I'm guessing this is connected to the extra ~1.5 hours(!!) it now takes
> me to build WebKitGtk. Any idea on if the blame belongs to the user
> and/or the environment, or if instead it necessitates a change to be
> made somewhere in WebKitGtk?
> Thanks in advance. Take care.
> --joanie (who is too afraid to give a debug build a try)
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