[ccache] patch to avoid empty stderr cache files
egmont at uhulinux.hu
Sat Jun 7 19:29:51 EST 2003
> I noticed, however, that it generates a .stderr file in the cache
> directory for each compiled file, even if there is no output on stderr.
> This is a little bit wasteful -- we don't need the stderr file in the
> very common case of the compiler not producing any warnings.
Just one comment. It seems to me that you place the output file in the
cache first and stderr later. This way if ccache is interrupted between
these two steps it will result in a syntactically valid but false cache
content (recompiling the same code will swallow stderr). So the stderr
file should be placed first in the cache and the output afterwards.
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