On Tuesday 05 June 2007, Sam Ravnborg wrote:
> It's stuff like this that worries me..
> In the kernel we rely on a lot of things - more than in usual projects.
> And one thing we have established in the 2.6 kernel is a trust in the
> build system. If you change something kbuild will recompile
> everything needed to build a consistent kernel.

Right, it definitely needs to stay optional, because it can only
speed up some cases but not others. An example of where pch may
help is building rpm/deb packages.

> Whatever we do for precompiled headers shall keep the promise
> and the trust in kbuild.


        Arnd <><

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