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Group Enabled Cluster Compiler

The Group Enabled Cluster Compiler (gecc) distributes the compilation (of C/C++ code) on a cluster of hosts. Compiled code is cached, so rebuilds with little or no changes to the source are much faster. gecc can use any C/C++ compiler but has been tested with gcc.

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Recent releases

  •  19 Jun 2004 19:36

    Release Notes: The build system now uses autotools.

    •  20 Nov 2002 01:17

      Release Notes: This release just summarizes what you find in CVS (mostly code cleanups). The most hip new feature is an aap receipe as an alternative to the usual makefile.

      •  04 Nov 2002 22:37

        Release Notes: This release adds a Debian package.

        •  02 Nov 2002 06:24

          Release Notes: This release features bugfixes and better handling for when the server is killed or terminated. The unit tests were also extended.

          •  25 Oct 2002 20:34

            Release Notes: This release fixes a lot of bugs. geccmon no longer munges any potential usage errors. The compilation process should no longer become a zombie. Updating is suggested.


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