[ccache] Re: [Cachecc1-list] cachecc1

Ross Cameron ross.cameron at linuxpro.co.za
Tue Apr 8 16:00:38 GMT 2008

I still use it for bulk building a LOT of packages for my embedded OS,
haven't needed to upgrade in AAAAAAAAGES but would appreciate the
project not dying off :(

On Tue, Apr 8, 2008 at 3:09 PM, Simon Braunschmidt
<sbraunschmidt.linuxlists at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Hi
>  is cachecc1 still supported or used?
>  Last version is 0.3 from 2004.
>  I used it for a while but now i tracked down a bug in the linux kernel
>  build system for arm architecture to the usage of cachecc1. The bug
>  was actually the resuse of binary data that did in fact change, but
>  the assembler call for cachecc1 read it from cache.
>  I can provide a detailed description of the steps to reproduce the
>  bug, or compare:
>  http://groups.google.com/group/fa.linux.kernel/msg/7ae8172becd5e51f
>  (piggy.o gets wrongly compiled with data from cache)
>  It seems that the cachecc1 project is effectively dead so I really
>  recommend to make this clear on the link to it from ccache homepage.
>  Best Regards
>  Simon Braunschmidt
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