[distcc] Link-based masquerading and dist-cross-compiling

ncrfgs ncrfgs at tin.it
Sun Sep 26 10:58:10 GMT 2004

On Sun, Sep 26, 2004 at 08:46:21PM +1000, Martin Pool wrote:
> > Is it possible to use a link-based masquerading configuration to 
> > distribute compilation across different architecture compilers and 
> > cross-compilers?
> >
> > The "regulars" link-based masquerading configuration works great but 
> > if used to cross-compile it would invoke always the local compiler.
> If your build system invokes, say, ia64-linux-gcc-3.3, and you 
> masquerade that name, and such a compiler is present on the volunteers, 
> then it should work OK.

Do you mean with the following link?

/usr/lib/distcc/ia64-linux-gcc-3.3 -> ../../bin/distcc

Thanks in advance.

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