On Mon, Mar 14, 2011 at 23:17, xiaoxiao wrote: > I've been using ccache recently, in order to decline the compilation > time for a certain module. In this module, with the help of the greatest > ccache, the time could be shorten to 5 mins from 40 mins without any > modification. However, even if the output of all the source files are > cached, we have to take about the 5 mins mainly in the linking action, > eg: a.o -> test_a(exetuable). Since I have noticed that ccache do not > take the .o file as a input to be cached. The actions as linking would > certainly not be ccached, and thus the time for linking would not > significant reduced. > Given this background, I have a few questions to talk about. Have anyone > ever considered to build up a mapping between .o file and its output? If > so, why ccache did not provide such feature. If not, do you think it is > a reasonable feature for ccache to reduce the time for linking in a > compilation?
try switching to gold -mike _______________________________________________ ccache mailing list email@example.com https://lists.samba.org/mailman/listinfo/ccache