We have a large cross-compilation environment that is essentially identical on both Linux and MacOS X hosts. The build system uses ccache to try to reduce redundant recompilation, but we're seeing radically different outcomes on OSX versus Linux hosts. We're still using ccache 2.4. On Linux
On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 9:00 PM, Martin Pool m...@canonical.com wrote: On 11 November 2010 10:56, Christopher Tate ct...@google.com wrote: I don't want to rain on peoples' parade here, because ccache is a great product that has real benefits, but I do want to share some of our findings
If removing the .o files and recompiling results in pulling the .o files out of ccache, but reconfiguring and recompiling does *not*, that implies that the configuration step is literally producing some textually different source file contents each time. Does the kernel configuration include e.g.