Compilation time: Boost vs Std

This is a small experiment to compare compilation times of some Boost facilities against their standardised counterparts. The goal was to assess the time penalty which comes with vast compilers and platforms support.
Each measured file contains a minimal code snippet to employ some facility. The difference between Boost and Std versions boils down to including another header and picking the right namespace. Both preprocessing/parsing and instantiation contribute to the timing, so technically speaking it’s not exactly only compilation time. Each source file was compiled a hundred times to minimise measurement errors.
Boost version is 1.69.
Std implementation is libc++ coming with Xcode10.1.
Both were compiled using clang-1000.11.45.5 using C++17 mode and -O2 optimisation level.
The snippets themselves and the driver script are available here.