[Haskell-cafe] Compiling large code with old machine

Adrian Neumann aneumann at inf.fu-berlin.de
Tue Jun 17 10:23:27 EDT 2008

I would assume -O0, that is, turning off all optimizations, should  
make compilation faster


Am 17.06.2008 um 14:19 schrieb Samuel Silva:

> Hello
> I'm using GHC to compile around 700K of Haskell Code generated by  
> HaXml.
> How I compile this code.
> My machine is Windows-XP(512MB RAM, 1.5GHz) running GHC-6.8.2.
> How much time it spend to compile this file?
> I spent more than 1 hour and it doesn't finished.
> What flags make compiling fast?
> I try with -H500m but dont't expect.
> It is possible GHC running endless cycle at compilation stage?
> Thanks.
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> Samuel Silva
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