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Re: Up again




Brian -

1) I expect elisp files to run at the same speed after they are
   loaded, whether or not they were byte-compiled.
2) Debian systems keep a separate byte-compiled file for each version
   of emacs installed (for example: emacs19, emacs20, and xemacs20).
   What distribution are you using?
3) Do you find that emacspeak works well under xemacs?  I thought
   emacspeak had some problem under xemacs.

		 - Jim Van Zandt

>Date: Tue, 04 Jan 2000 12:13:57 -0500
>From: "Brian G. Powell" <bpowell@uucom.com>
>
>--Say, I've got a burning question--and its simple; probably in the 
>archives; but, can't find it:
>
>Once .el files are byte-compiled into .elc files they load faster--but
>won't work in both XEmacs and GNU Emacs--the .elc files can't be
>shared--but do they run faster after start-up--I mean once
>they are loaded aren't all things equal? I realize the start-up time
>is faster; but, what about general processing.
>
>TIA

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