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Re: To Byte Compile or not Byte Compile...that is the question


From: GI
Subject: Re: To Byte Compile or not Byte Compile...that is the question
Date: Thu, 26 Sep 2002 14:40:28 -0500
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Well, if you're really concerned about performance, I'd suggest you "preload" 
these files (in which case it doesn't matter if you bytecompile or not).

Use temacs to dump out an executable which already has these files preloaded. 
It saves a lot of time. It's outalined in the "Building emacs" section of the 
Elisp manual (21.1 +)

GI

PS: Thanks to all who promptly responded to my query about compiling a light 
emacs. The prompt and helpful emails was much appriciated.




On Wed, Sep 25, 2002 at 11:47:59AM -0400, Javier Oviedo wrote:

> Hello all:
> 
> I have a relatively small site-lisp directory, holding about 20 files.
> 
> Does Byte compiling those files improve performance in any noticeable way?
> 
> Thanks in advance!
> 
> 
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