Compiler results cacher, for fast recompiles
ccache is a compiler cache. It speeds up re-compilation of C/C++ code
by caching previous compiles and detecting when the same compile is
being done again.
This is a re-implementation of "compilercache" in C
The original compilercache scripts were by Erik Thiele
(firstname.lastname@example.org) and I would like to thank him for an excellent
piece of work. See http://www.erikyyy.de/compilercache/ for the
original shell scripts.
I wrote ccache because I wanted to get a bit more speed out of a
compiler cache and I wanted to remove some of the limitations of the
The recommended way to use this with Debian is to either create "cc"
and "gcc" symlinks to /usr/bin/ccache in your private bin directory
(which must be before the real cc and gcc in your path), or use
CC="ccache gcc" on the make command line.
Another option is to just prepend /usr/lib/ccache in your PATH
environment variable, like
ccache (2.4-8) unstable; urgency=high
zlib compression is now enabled by default in order to increase the amount
of object files that can fit in the cache.
The impact on performance is supposed to be almost negligible
(see http://www.gustaebel.de/lars/ccache/). If you do want to disable
it however, simply export the CCACHE_NOCOMPRESS environment variable.
Note that a zlib-enabled cc
ccache - a fast
ccache (2.4-17build1) lucid; urgency=low
* rebuild rest of main for armel armv7/thumb2 optimizati
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