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RE: CPU usage during compilation
I just tried lld, seems it might be a bit faster at linking but I'd need to do some proper benchmarks to know for certain.
In case anyone else (or future Dave) is thinking of using lld (or gold) for linking here is what you need to do:
Put the following in the Extra Linker Flags box in Projucer
-fuse-ld=gold -Wl,--threads -Wl,--thread-count=6
With either of these linkers you need to compile using Clang instead of GCC.
So the make command will look something like:
make CXX=clang++ CONFIG=Release -j 6
External sample map = slow downloads
I'm using the server api to download some hr files of about 500MB each from a local server. In a test project the files were downloading almost instantly but in my main project the download speed was capping at 0.2mb/s.
I solved the issue by clearing the sample maps of my main project. On further investigation the samples that were loaded when I noticed the issue were located outside of the project folder. Using a sample map with samples inside the project's Samples folder doesn't seem to create a problem.
RE: The most cost effective way to export for MacOS
Looks like Ryzen might not be the best choice for a passive system due to power consumption - https://hattedsquirrel.net/2020/12/power-consumption-of-ryzen-5000-series-cpus/
This stuff gives me a headache.