Most of these changes are in 2.1, except for the copy_permissions() code. I suggest an equivalent method using umask and directory permissions in the docs instead.
I think ccache is one of the best additions to the development tool chain/box in a number of years.
I have made changes to fix a few problems that we had with ccache. By using a shared ccache among our group of developers, the compile times are cut drastically in situations such as when new code has been pulled from the SCM repository.
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Use this with ccache...
See also distcc (freshmeat.net/project/...), which works well with ccache (or by itself). It distributes the work of compilation across several machines on a network.
Outstanding tool for packagers!
Ccache is simply great. Wether you are playing with some source code or you're a software packager, ccache will save you precious time on recompiling. For some like me, with a slow computer (P2-266), recompiling glibc because you have mistyped something or whatever mistake you've done means other two hours-waiting, that's when ccache gets into the scene to save the world, much like a "C compiling super-hero".
It will simply get the pre-compiled, disk-cached, ready-to use "pieces", and your CPU will have to handle the simple job of putting all those "pieces" together, instead of spending time processing all the arithimetics again. ;)
(Just imagine how pissed you'll get if you have forgotten something in openoffice's compile procedure, and realized that mistake when you're about to install or package it!? :-O ... err)
Great Job Andrew...
Great Job Erik...
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