$ time nonexistent-command zsh: command not found: nonexistent-command nonexistent-command 0.00s user 0.00s system 0% cpu 0.425 total $ time clang clang: error: no input files clang 0.01s user 0.68s system 40% cpu 1.682 total
Since clang is called each time
./configure If you try a C / C ++ snippet, it takes about 5-10 to run configure on a project protocol,
$ time ./configure (...) ./configure 29.65s user 542.02s system 96% cpu 9:50.57 total
I managed to track this down to a call to
fparseln inside the clang binary, but that's it.
Corresponding assembler inside:
This problem occurs for me and my staff, but not for others I asked. It happened in both High Sierra and Catalina (I tried upgrading but it didn't fix it).
Everyone on a Mac in my office has this problem, so it may be something that IT installed, but no idea what or how to find it. Ideas how to proceed and / or fix?