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runtests: report single test time + total duration #4027
The challange is with all the various build combinations and making sure they all have at least one build that runs with valgrind enabled. Ie there cannot be just one "maximal" build since there are so many alternative options and mutually exclusive ones. But yes, switching off valgrind for the builds that make sense will certainly make them run faster!
On Fri, Jun 14, 2019 at 05:08:54AM -0700, Daniel Stenberg wrote: The challange is with all the various build combinations and making sure they all have at least one build that runs with valgrind enabled.
ASAN, MSAN and UBSAN catch a lot of the same things that Valgrind do with much less overhead. Enabling those in more builds might be a workable alternative.