[Clam-devel] distributed compiler
h at ordia.com.ar
Mon Apr 2 10:08:37 PDT 2007
> > On 3/30/07, Pau Arumi <parumi at iua.upf.edu> wrote:
> >> interesting indeed.
> >> but i think i'd prefere a more high-level scons option and easier
> >> to document.
> >> what about a unique option like this?
> >> scons use_distcc_hosts="host1 host2"
> >> and scons --help would explain what it does.
> > yes could be, but personally i prefer in that way because i can set up
> > it once and then forget about it, only type "scons" every time...
> but this is done automatically for any scons option. i mean, you set
> that option the first time (or edit clam.conf) and then only "scons".
good, then i like me too :-)
new to me, just i'm learning scons tricks and python
(previous this i thought that maybe you were suggesting something like
that, but i noticed it after my last mail)
well, i remade it (please see the patch attached):
now, if you run it with something like: scons distcc_hosts='host1 host2 host3'
you setup and enable it, then you can run only "scons" and you'll
compiling with this conf
if you want to disable it: scons distcc_hosts=''
(builds again only with g++)
help also works as you said:
distcc_hosts: distcc compiler hosts
actual: host1 host2 host3
(hosts value's are automatically saved in "clam.conf")
> > i've done in that way too because i used to work with projects where
> > sometimes i had to change the compiler (for example g++-3.3 or
> > g++-4.0, migrations,etc) and was very useful.
> ok, this is a reason for a CXX option. for clam i don't see the need
> right now.
ok, i see
> ok. but first lets know what david thinks about it.
>>I am an answering machine. Answering machines have no thoughts.
seems to be agree :)
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