DeclanLawton | Consultant
Moweb Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
On Saturday, January 15, 2022 at 5:49:48 PM UTC+5:30 leon.p...@gmail.com wrote:
For around a 1000 euro, you can build a desktop that is faster compiling than any laptop.And on linux the memory is used a lot more efficient than on a mac, so you need less.That being said - I have a macbook when I travel. But in the office and at home I switched to working on desktops about 5 yrs ago.Op woensdag 12 januari 2022 om 09:12:42 UTC+1 schreef Shawn:I kinda like the Max 64GB. I'm pushing 54GB used for eclipse (running an appengine dev and GWT server) during a build. My upload to google cloud is slow so after the build I can easily start developing again while it's deploying.I also use a ramdisk and set the GWT SuperDev mode to use that with -workDir /Users/me/.tmpdisk/GWT_RAM_DISK. Then build with an ant task and add this to the gwtc java task for building.No benchmarks but probably the biggest benefit is debugging which I still do in Eclipse via SDGB.
<sysproperty key="gwt.persistentunitcachedir" value="/Users/me/.tmpdisk/GWT_RAM_DISK"/>
I haven't been able to get Eclipse to run natively as macOS AArch64 is only available from the 2021-12 version which just borks my project. It seems to be a conflict with the google-cloud-plugin I use for appengine. Still 2021-09 with emulated Eclipse is a major improvement especially since the dev server and build processes can be run natively.Anyway, 32GB on a pro ordered today is about a month to get delivery and 64GB on a max is about two months. I got a 64GB max with 32 GPUs (maybe I can use those for machine learning) as it was the only way to get more than 16GB of memory without waiting so long and I had to move suddenly and couldn't bring my iMac.No, sorry ... closed source. Yep, I agree with. Don't think, that the graphics CPUs will have an impact of the compile time.So, the M1 Pro is a great choice for developers. Now I am waiting for the next Mac Pro ...Jens schrieb am Montag, 6. Dezember 2021 um 10:32:15 UTC+1:I did some tests with one of my larger GWT projects. It takes 3:55 on my "old" MacBook Pro 16" i9 2.4 GHz, 64 GB RAM. Same project build on a new MacBook Pro M1 Max 64 GB takes roundabout 2:00. That's an incredible improvement.Is that project public? Then I would try it with my M1 Pro 32gb which is IMHO the best value for developers, unless you do graphics stuff.-- J.--You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "GWT Users" group.
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