Takes too long to build libwebcore.so.

by Tomei Ningen » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 08:06:05 GMT

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 If I just change one line in WebView.cpp and do a

   mmm external/webkit

It takes almost 3 minutes on a fast quad-core Xeon. Most of the time
is spent linking libwebcore.so

Is there a way to speed up the linking process. This is just for
development so I am willing to give up optimization.



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