sorry for the late reply. I have not yet tried precompiling the header and I
am not sure how it would work at all with strongly templatized code → how
would the compiler know which instantiations you actually use later on?
Although other sources claim its possible:
Do other people have experience with this?
Something else you can do to speed up the build with SeqAn when using gcc is
passing -flto=N where N is the number of your cores, possibly +1. This
parallelizes most parts of the build even for a single translation unit.
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