Make.exe for Cygwin
ashnakash at gmail.com
Fri Mar 6 09:15:48 PST 2015
I have merged gnu-make-lo with upstream 4.1 and have binaries with the
64- and 32-bit Upstream 4.1 + my low-res stat workaround.
64- and 32-bit Upstream 4.1 + my low-res stat workaround + LO patches
Didn't get a chance to do performance runs, but the binaries do work
and build LO fine (I only tried the 64-bit versions).
Let me know how you'd like me to share them for test runs before we
decide on which to settle.
If LO patches do not yield significant benefit then we can/should discard them.
On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 8:18 AM, Michael Stahl <mstahl at redhat.com> wrote:
> On 25.02.2015 13:32, Ashod Nakashian wrote:
>> On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 3:26 AM, Matúš Kukan <matus.kukan at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Nice :-), could we perhaps upload 64bit version to
>>> http://dev-www.libreoffice.org/bin/cygwin/ too?
>> Michael has mentioned (above) that the 4.0 is unstable.
> actually only 4.0 build for Win32 was unstable for me, the Cygwin 4.0
> build didn't crash.
>> Please see our exchange, we do seem to be in agreement to move away
>> from lo fork of make and test a more recent (4.1) upstream build.
>> I'm currently working on making a test binary (32 and 64 bits)
>> available for internal testing.
> for a Win32 build there is probably no benefit and all downside to
> 64-bit since make has a huge graph with lots of pointers so it's just
> slower and eats more memory.
>>> I am confused, do people build make themselves or don't use 64bit cygwin.
>> I'd hope anyone attempting to build LO will be savvy enough to use
>> 64-bit cygwin on a 64-bit machine (for performance reasons).
>> I know I do, and the make binary on dev-www.libreoffice.org, which is
>> 32-bits, works perfectly fine (so it's not accurate that it won't run
>> on a 64-bit cygwin, because it's not a cygwin binary, rather it's a
>> native windows binary).
> that is true for the Win32 make. the (only) benefit that a 64-bit
> Cygwin make binary has is that those who want to build 4.3 or earlier
> releases (which cannot be built with Win32 make) *and* have 64-bit
> Cygwin installed don't have to build it from source.
> that is certainly nice to have, but not critical.
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