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#ActualNypyren

Posted 28 November 2013 - 01:05 AM

Good things:

- Marginally faster compile and link times compared to normal approaches (much faster compared to non-PCH approaches).

Bad things:

- Visual Studio Intellisense and syntax highlighting will start becoming painfully slow (potentially true for other IDEs depending on how they implement their equivalents).
- The performance of humans maintaining the code will suffer.
- Diff tools and some source control systems will start becoming much slower eventually when dealing with the file as well (though this typically has to be over a hundred thousand lines before you'll care).

Neutral things:

- Runtime performance will not change at all.

(edit) damn, ninja'd

#2Nypyren

Posted 28 November 2013 - 01:02 AM

Good things:

- Marginally faster compile and link times compared to normal approaches (much faster compared to non-PCH approaches).

Bad things:

- Visual Studio Intellisense and syntax highlighting will start becoming painfully slow (potentially true for other IDEs depending on how they implement their equivalents).
- The performance of humans maintaining the code will suffer.

Neutral things:

- Runtime performance will not change at all.

(edit) damn, ninja'd

#1Nypyren

Posted 28 November 2013 - 01:01 AM

Good things:

- Marginally faster compile and link times compared to normal approaches (much faster compared to non-PCH approaches).

Bad things:

- Visual Studio Intellisense and syntax highlighting will start becoming painfully slow (potentially true for other IDEs depending on how they implement their equivalents).
- The performance of humans maintaining the code will suffer.

Neutral things:

- Runtime performance will not change at all.

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