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Incremental Compiler is a Flop?

Discussion in '2019.1 Alpha' started by Quatum1000, Jan 8, 2019.

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  1. Quatum1000

    Quatum1000

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    Hi everyone,

    since 2018.3.0f2 the incremental is about 100% slower then the base VC compiler on C#7.1/2. My project is about ~600 scripts, and contain complex dependency data structures and use amount 1.5GB Pure data ram including ECS features and so on. I'm on win 7 64bit, 32GB, 8 core 4.6MHz, SSDs.

    Deleted the asem files in the project, recompiled all the stuff, and all runs well since 3 weeks and double that fast without the incremental compiler.

    Is the incremental Compiler a flop? Should it possible since c#7.1/2 it's completely unnecessary and burn down the system for any reason?
     
  2. runner78

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  3. hippocoder

    hippocoder

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    Locked: not an Alpha issue. The incremental compiler's features are now part of 2018.3 onward.
     
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