[distcc] RE: precompiled headers and g++ -E
dank at kegel.com
Thu Sep 8 19:50:12 GMT 2005
Greg Szeszko (TT) wrote:
> Thanks. This option must be new in GCC4.x. I am using 3.4.3 and it
> doesn't know anything about -fpch-preprocess. Is there anything in
> 3.4.3 that can be used to achieve the same goal?
No. And gcc-3.4 doesn't support PCH anyway, so you
shouldn't be using it there, really. It was just a
> Besides, even if the the option work, the preprocessor will include in
> the output file a #pragma causing the compiler to ask for the pch file
> during compilation. With distcc in the picture, this will happen on the
> remote machine. The pch file doesn't exist there. So wouldn't I be
> correct in expecting the compilation to fail at that point?
I wouldn't know - I haven't played with it yet!
If you're using the standard pch file(s) that come(s) with gcc,
that should be there. Anything else might be an interesting challenge.
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