[ccontrol] [RELEASE 0.7] aka "Martin Schwenke"
rusty at rustcorp.com.au
Mon Dec 19 12:09:57 EST 2005
While we're still waiting for a user I don't know personally, I've
released 0.7. The main changes are the ability to add arguments to
make, and that ccontrol can now be invoked directly "ccontrol gcc",
which can then take an option (--section) to fine-tune behaviour.
This was done to allow cross-compiling Linux (which requires two
compilers, $(HOSTCC) and $(CC)). You would do that as follows:
# Cross-compiling: set CROSS_COMPILE for objdump, as, etc. Then
# override CC, LD and CPP to invoke ccontrol with the cross-ppc section.
add make = ARCH=ppc
add make = CROSS_COMPILE=/usr/local/bin/powerpc-linux-
add make = CC=ccontrol --path=cross-ppc cc
add make = LD=ccontrol --path=cross-ppc ld
add make = CPP=ccontrol --path=cross-ppc cc -E
ld = /usr/local/bin/powerpc-linux-ld
cc = /usr/local/bin/powerc-linux-gcc
distcc-hosts = ppc1 ppc2 ppc3
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