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#1 2023-07-07 04:21:19

Registered: 2023-07-07
Posts: 1

Five-Fold Decrease in Compilation Times

Just wanted to post about how my C++20 compile times have been reduced significantly with Arch Linux. It's absurd. It seems the recent C++ standard compiles an order of magnitude slower than previous versions, partially because of concepts (which imo are awesome once you get to know them over typical SFINAE).

I took my project compile time from 2m30s to 30s in a matter of days switching from Windows to Arch. It seems Kernel 6 LTS is quite well optimized.

I save hours every day, and I love rolling release. I even got a complex compositor (Hyprland) working almost perfectly with my NVIDIA 3070TI.

Thanks everyone!


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