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Thread: DAVE TIP of the day: How to speed up the build time on a multi core PC?

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    DAVE TIP of the day: How to speed up the build time on a multi core PC?

    1) Go to > Active Project Properties >C/C++ Build, in “Behaviour”, check “Use parallel build” and enter the number of cores for parallel jobs
    2) Go to > Active Project Properties >C/C++ Build>Settings, in “Tool Settings” under “/ARM-GCC C Compiler/Miscellaneous” check “Enable ccache to speed up the re-compilation”

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    to speed up your pc

    you can also use
    Krojam cleaner to speeed up the pc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sophia View Post
    1) Go to > Active Project Properties >C/C++ Build, in “Behaviour”, check “Use parallel build” and enter the number of cores for parallel jobs
    2) Go to > Active Project Properties >C/C++ Build>Settings, in “Tool Settings” under “/ARM-GCC C Compiler/Miscellaneous” check “Enable ccache to speed up the re-compilation”
    Thank you for the tip! However, I ran into a pitfall:
    Activating parallel build also starts the pre-build skript in parallel, which sort of defeats the purpose Does anyone know about a solution that let's me benefit from a faster build, but does execute the pre build skript as one would expect?

    Thanks

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