PATCH: Parallel compilation of class files

Bryce McKinlay
Thu May 9 19:58:00 GMT 2002

Tom Tromey wrote:

>Bryce> Secondly the gcjh header generation no longer waits until
>Bryce> libgcj.jar is complete, which makes this step much slower also
>Bryce> because gcjh must also resolve parse source files rather than
>Bryce> much faster class files.
>gcjh actually can't read source files.  It only can read .class files.

Not directly, but what happens when you run it on a class when there is 
no class file for, say, java.lang.Object? Thats whats happening at the 
moment and it is definately running a lot slower than usual.



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