Monthly Archives: October 2008

New Xailer 2.0 alfa version

A new version of Xailer 2.0 alfa is available.

The great improvement of this release is the multiprocess compilation which gains a lot of speed.

The install file can be downloaded from the following link:

It requires also a new version of xHarbour that can be downloaded from the following link:

We remind you that this version is only available to active registered users. For further information consult the article Xailer 2.0 news and enhancements on this same blog.

Finally, just to comment that we will really appreciate all your suggestions or comments about the new features you want to see on Xailer 2.0. We encourage you to use this same blog to do it.


[Xailer team]

Compiling in ‘turbo’ mode

As almost all of us know, Xailer makes the compile and linking process on a separate execution thread, in order to not freeze the main IDE application so it can handle any incoming message.

On the other hand, since rather long time ago all the computers are equipped with CPUs with two or four cores, that is to say,the equivalent of two or four CPUs working together.

If we join this two facts, is easy to deduce that we can try to use those spare cores to compile few modules simultaneously and gain a lot of speed. Well, that is what we have done, and to be honest we are completely surprised with the great results.

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