Subject: boost-libs compilation takes *extremely* long
To: None <>
From: Rhialto <>
List: tech-pkg
Date: 09/29/2005 00:48:06
I updated to the pkgsrc-2005Q3 branch, and started to rebuild stuff.
While doing devel/boost-libs, I get to

gcc-C++-action /pkg_comp/obj/pkgsrc/devel/boost-libs/default/boost_1_33_0/build/bin/boost/libs/wave/build/libboost_wave.a/gcc/release/threading-multi/instantiate_cpp_literalgrs.o
load: 2.32  cmd: cc1plus 24750 [runnable] 4253.66u 3.65s 97% 213308k

and this is already taking over 4200 cpu seconds on my amd64 cpu.
This is a bit ridiculous, isn't it?
I'm using the system gcc that comes with 2.0.2 (amd64 as I said).
The boost version from the previous branch did not have this problem.

Any ideas?
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