On Saturday, October 13, 2018 7:12:04 PM CEST Sérgio Basto wrote:
If we could set copr to do ccached builds ? , sometimes I prefer use
builds which use ccache , and after cache gcc compilation , I can improve
build times in 10 times more or less ...
the design of copr build system isn't really ready to have this
implemented, namely for storing the caches. The builder machines (which
do the mock build) are freshly started VMs.
i.e. ccache could be very useful when we are trying fix FTBFS
where things are broken in post stages of the builds .
It is definitely better to try local build if you debug some packaging
issue. You can try 'copr-rpmbuild' package, or '/bin/copr mock-config'
and then play with mock's ccache directly.
Sérgio M. B.
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