Distributed method for C/C++ compilation
Given the nature of open source software, many Linux™ applications are distributed in a "tarball" containing source code that you must build before you can run the application. Larger applications can take several hours to build. This article shows how you can use the distributed C compiler, distcc, to speed up the compilation of these sources so you can start using them sooner.
(Submitted by Anonymous Thu Jun 24, 2004 )
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