What are the best linux performance tweaks for javac without a makefile?
I am talking about the use of ant build files and IDEs that scan the source and create the dependencies as well as doing the compilation (source to class file generation).
In saying "without a makefile", I mean that make should not be used.
Basically, source scanning, compiling, and class generation.
Kernel: 2.6.18-8 Distro: Ubuntu Hardy Heron SCM: clearcase compiler: javac 1.6 IDE: Eclipse filesystem: XFS mounted with noatime and nodirtime RAM: 2GB