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Question: If a REAPER build takes more than 10 min, how do you test things? You can't write/test/compile quickly, what's the strategy?
Asked by Rodrigo (177.96.146.x) on April 25 2016, 2:47am
Reply on April 25 2016, 2:49pm (edited at April 25 2016, 2:50pm):
    That's for release builds (which rebuild-all, using ICC in release mode, for 4 platforms, OSX/Win, 32 and 64-bit).

    When developing using xcode, for example, you only build the files that change, which is usually close to instant, but even if I rebuild-all in debug mode in xcode, it takes ~30 seconds (VC is quite a bit slower on the same computer).
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