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trønderen5-Apr-24 6:01
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Mircea Neacsu wrote:
Another strategy is to use an “uber include” that includes all or a lot of other h files, but it can slow down compilation.
I could challenge you to create a setup to prove the significance of this: A compilation that would consistently take noticeably (more than 1%) longer compilation time with an "uber include" than with individual includes for what you really need. I am quite sure that for an example showing significant higher compilation times, you would have to make a system wide search for .h files and include them all in the "uber" file Smile | :)

There are other good reasons for avoiding the "uber" approach, though: Pollution of the name space. Not because I worry about symbol table sizes, but about too many symbols being acceptable. Sort of in the same class as languages that doesn't require declaration: If you misspell a name, it is not a misspelling, but creation of a new variable. Or, if your language lets you make local redefinitions of names in an outer scope: Remove the local (re)definition, and your code will reference a completely different variable. The "uber"

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