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From: Charles Sandmann <sandmann AT clio DOT rice DOT edu>
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Subject: Re: Huge differences in compilation time between gcc/gpp
Date: Wed, 10 Apr 2002 13:13:12 CDT
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> Is P166 too old for C++, then ? (with MSVC++ I can compile C++ in few 
> seconds)  

It's more likely an issue of memory than CPU speed.  C++ compiles with 
GCC 3.x seem to take a minimum of 16MB of free memory.  Try to make sure
go32-v2 shows this much free (not page or swap).

GCC 2.x uses less for C++ compiles.

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