[plt-scheme] Require pconvert.ss is extremely slow

From: Dmitriy.Zavin at infineon.com (Dmitriy.Zavin at infineon.com)
Date: Wed Dec 1 18:02:24 EST 2004


It turns out I was compiling it manually to .zos instead of using mzc
--collection-zos (and I was putting them into the same dir instead of
compiled/) and sneaky was not a .zo. Oops. I now recompiled the entire
collection, and the load time on the embedded side is a more manageable
2 seconds. Thanks a lot gentlemen.

Is it always the case that when you load a file from a collection, that
the compiled files must be in collects/<collection>/compiled ?? 

Thanks a lot for quick responses and tolerating my stupidity :)


 >-----Original Message-----
 >From: Matthew Flatt [mailto:mflatt at cs.utah.edu] 
 >Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2004 2:41 PM
 >To: Zavin Dmitriy (IFNA COM)
 >Cc: plt-scheme at web-ext.cs.brown.edu
 >Subject: RE: [plt-scheme] Require pconvert.ss is extremely slow
 >At Wed, 1 Dec 2004 14:28:55 -0800, Dmitriy.Zavin at infineon.com wrote:
 >> Here it is. What is weird is that I have .zo's for all of 
 >those files,
 >> yet they still load as .ss.
 >MzScheme only loads the ".zo" if it has a later timestamp than the
 >".ss". What are the timestamps on your "class-sneaky.ss" and

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