My IDE uses
damlc for syntax highlighting (DAML-on-vim), and I then separately use
damlc in a
Makefile to compile the same large project.
Each instances of that process uses several GB of memory. The former runs continuously in the background.
I’m wondreing whether there is some way for the compilation process to piggy-back onto the IDE process, as they’re both ingesting the exact same input files? This would save me a considerable amount of memory.
Could this also speed up part of the compilation as the IDE is continuously checking for syntax errors?