On Thu, 3 Jan 2019 at 23:02, Andre Calfa <aaca...@arista.com> wrote: > One of the motivations is that our current compiler cache is only supported > locally for each build server. In some cases the compilation of a single > input file takes a long time due to its size, and we cannot avoid its > compilation when the correct cached cpp and h are located in a different > build server. So if we can take advantage of using a distributed approach > which ccache supports, that would be great.
No, ccache does not support distributed compilation, unless you use a cache directory shared over the network (e.g. using NFS), which I assume you could use for your compiler cache as well. Are you thinking about sccache, distcc or Icecream? > Unfortunately our compiler is not GCC like, as our flags are not analogous to > the GCC ones. I am guessing this would require lots of changes in ccache code > to make it work then? Yes, to the point that it will be an almost completely different program. -- Joel _______________________________________________ ccache mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.samba.org/mailman/listinfo/ccache