I’m writing a software package that has some pretty beefy dependencies. Naturally, I’d expect a somewhat slow precompilation. With
__precompile__(false) I have a dead time of about 30s, and with
__precompile__(true) it’s about 10 seconds slower.
As a developer, I’m not always interested in loading every dependency when I’m running tests. Can any wizards here recommend good practice / hygiene so I can save myself time during the workday?