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> now, getting rid of that 'access()' [which your patch introduces again]
> was the main point in the new mkdep.c .. making it some 2 times faster
> then the original one.

Then we need to optimise access(), or for that matter cache the mkdep
access checks - we look up the same files all the time. Keep a fast
hashed index. Ok - who's taking that project

> 'fix' the #include behaviour (or get back the old mkdep.c).

Fixing the includes isnt an option. Teaching mkdep about #ifdef is even
less promising for speed.

Alan


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