smeier at kdevelop.org
Thu Aug 2 09:58:21 UTC 2001
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On Thursday, 2. August 2001 11:23, you wrote:
> On Wed, 1 Aug 2001, Victor Röder wrote:
> > Note: I'm neither the author of the article mentioned nor the author of
> > the compiler cache. I have read this article and thought "Might be good
> > for Gideon!". And I don't want such replies like "Yes great idea! Just
> > implement it!"
> Why not? ;-) I mean, judging from the README file, this program seems to
> be a wrapper for the compiler which acts entirely transparent, i.e. if
> the binary which results from a compiler run is found in the cache, it
> is used, and otherwise the normal compiler is called. So all you have to
> do is to set CXX (e.g. in the project options) to /some/where/g++ and
> build the project just as usual.
> Maybe I'm missing something...
I think a plugin, which contains the compilercache and offers some settings
would be nice too. Otherwise nobody will use this, only the advanced user.
The question is not, can they reason? nor,can they talk?
but, can they suffer? (Jeremy Bentham)
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