On 2012/10/05 07:14:17, Dominic Mazzoni wrote:
> On 2012/10/05 07:09:34, Nico wrote:That'd justify putting every single change behind a flag. There'll probably
> > Ok.
> > Any reason to not just always do this, instead of having it behind a
no bug, and if there is, gyp rolls are easy to revert.
> Also, I think it shouldn't be the default for all configurations - like aCan you measure if that's the case? (Disable all but one core locally, run a
> single-processor machine, but also it's possible that for a heavily-loaded
> machine (like a build slave?) it could make things worse, not better.
python shell with an endless loop.)
Just like in chrome ui, it's better to make these decisions yourself
(My guess is that it's fine to just disable it, but if it's not, you should
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