The Open Road: ccache
"What is ccache? According to the man page, it's a "caching pre-processor" for C/C++ compilers. It allows you to speed up compilation when you're doing multiple builds of a project. Where distcc allows you to distribute compilation across a number of machines, which is useful whether a package is built once or a hundred times, ccache becomes handy in situations where software is being compiled frequently."
(Submitted by Noel Fri Mar 12, 2004 )
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