GCC supports precompiled headers

What are you talking about? If you ask GCC to compile a file with a “.h suffix, it will write out a similarly named file with “.gch” tacked on the end. And then, when something includes that file, it’ll do some checks and if everything is equal, it’ll use that precompiled header.

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