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Re: x86 release builds are slow
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Hisashi T Fujinaka wrote:
| The reason I run NetBSD, and not Free*, is because I have old hardware
| that only boots with NetBSD. This old hardware is not the speediest, and
| sometimes I need to compile natively rather than on my faster i386
| machines. Fortunately those times aren't too often, and only are
| completely necessary when compiling in pkgsrc.
| So compile times do matter to more of us than you think.
This discussion has been taken out of context.
The original discussion was "builk builds for 'make release' take too
long due to the number of kernels that are built."
I don't think that's anything close to the one-off kernel builds like
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