Would *you* try this? ccache 4 to 5 times faster compiles?
pupeno at pupeno.com
Thu Feb 26 02:01:09 UTC 2004
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I used it lots of times, didn't find diferences on small programs, but when
making rpms, for little mistakes you might need to recompile everything, and
it speeds up a lot, if you're intrested in speeding up, why don't you take a
look at distcc... it is for distributed compiling, I used it once with great
On Wednesday 25 February 2004 19:53, Steven T. Hatton wrote:
> I just found this on my haddrive. I had never heard of it. Has anybody
> tried it? Any horror stories?
> ccache is a compiler cache. It acts as a caching pre-processor to C/C++
> compilers, using the -E compiler switch and a hash to detect when a
> compilation can be satisfied from cache. This often results in a 5 to 10
> times speedup in common compilations.
> The idea came from Erik Thiele wrote the original compilercache program as
> a bourne shell script. ccache is a re-implementation of Erik's idea in C
> with more features and better performance.
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