I've been using 3.2 for a couple weeks now in 10.6(.1) on my octo-core
Mac Pro, gcc 4.2. Today, when I hit Build, it loads up 15 files to
compile, seems to begin compiling them (some warnings show up in the
build results), and then all my available RAM gets used up, switching
from about 75% active to about 50% active and 25% inactive, and then
the hard drive begins grinding and almost all computer activity comes
to a halt; very little screen updates, even though things like my
Activity Monitor CPU history icon and clock should be moving. I've sat
there for *minutes* waiting for at least one of those files to
complete compilation, but I always end up canceling the build because
it just should not take that long on a modern Mac Pro with 8G of RAM.
Anybody else seeing 3.2 and/or gcc 4.2 being some sort of a huge hog
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