What size module?
I don't think that hour long compile times for 200k modules is viable! 200K is nothing compared to the sizes of most program code nowadays. I don't see a relevance in that list because you don't have the code sizes, which I bet are much larger.
New programmers will soon find compile times to be a QB64 drawback and old ones won't be happy waiting hours for an error that never comes!
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|No QB64 compile should ever take that long! An error is occurring...||on Jul 13|
|Results not good...||on Jul 14|
|I know how you feel. I was once married too.||on Jul 14|
|Well, I'm throwing in the towel on this try...||on Jul 14|
|See the glass as you will Pete, it makes no difference.||on Jul 14|
|Well people, then what can be done to get some enthusiasm back into this project again?||on Jul 14|
|I've said it before : Galleon cannot possibly do this project ALONE!||on Jul 14|
|* But on Linux, "yes we have no bananas" is a working command||Dean Menezes on Jul 15|
|Fixed||Anon on Jul 20|
|* Infinite GOTO loop. Hit Ctrl - Break! Delete program from life!||on Jul 20|