I'm using latest Qt SDK (1.2.1) and I have a medium size Widget-based app. Compiling for Symbian^3 takes a reasonable amount of time (under 1min), but compiling for 5th edition takes something between 5 and 10 minutes, from which the longest time is this command:
Code:
make -s  -C \Develop\QtProjects\MyProject -f "MAKEFILE_MYPROJECT_EXE.MK" TO_ROOT=..\..\.. EPOCBLD=\QtSDK\Symbian\SDKs\Symbian1Qt473\EPOC32\BUILD\MAKEFILE_MYPROJECT_EXE\GCCE TO_BLDINF=..\..\..\Develop\QtProjects\MyProject PLATFORM=GCCE MAKMAKE
perl -S makmake.pl  -D \Develop\QtProjects\MyProject\MYPROJECT_EXE GCCE
Is it normal to compile this slow? I have one of the faster computers available now (i7 quad core with 8GB of RAM, running Windows 7 x64) and I find this ridiculously slow. Is it something wrong with my perl version, gcce or environment configuration?