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AnswerRe: #include - again Pin
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trønderen10-Apr-24 7:11
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Yeah, that's what I expected.

I do not consider your example fully qualifying, though. I was speaking of "showing significant higher compilation times". I do not consider 600 and some milliseconds extra compilation time to be "significant".

If milliseconds really count, you might delete all sorts of 'copyleft'-like blurb in all your header files, reduce all whitespace to single spaces and use single/few character symbols wherever possible.

As I mentioned earlier, there are several good reasons against the "über" philosophy. I do not count saving 600 ms wall clock time as one of them.

Religious freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make five.

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