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SubjectRe: [OT] Re: The reason to call it 3.0 is the desktop (was Re: [OT] 2.6 not 3.0 - (NUMA))
On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 11:12:04PM -0400, Scott Mcdermott wrote:
> Jan Hudec on Mon 7/10 17:34 +0200:
> > Well, depends on what we want to measure. If it's on the begining of
> > main, it measures library loading time. Then argument parsing, library
> > initialization, X initialization etc. can be measured. All those parts
> > should be timed so we can see where most time is spent and which can
> > be sped up.
> newer glibc prelinking support should help here a lot, according to
> publshed time trials I have seen with and without the feature.

Define newer.

Latest 2.2, or upcoming 3.0?
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