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Re: pkgsrc performance
>> > $ time make show-var VARNAME=PKGNAME
>> > gnome-control-center-220.127.116.11
>> > 1268.48s real 815.57s user 356.51s system
>> > This is a joke, right?
>> You can try pkg_micro_src_summary from wip/pkg_summary-utils It parses a
>> Makefile in a hackish way and fallback to bmake if it cannot parse
>> Makefile itself. PKGNAME, PKGPATH, COMMENT and many other variables (but
>> not those defined in mk/* and buildlink3.mk) can efficiently be
>> retrieved by pkg_micro_src_summary.
> You're completely missing the point.
:) I understand the problem very well. bmake analyses Makefiles very
slowly _probably_ because it opens the same files huge amount of times.
pkg_micro_src_summary in turn solves _one_ particular problem, it
efficiently fetches variables values from package's Makefile. From
original posting it was not clear what author needed/suggested, to fetch
variables or to optimize bmake and/or pkgsrc infrustructure.
Best regards, Aleksey Cheusov.
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