I have a mac with 10.6.7, using mostly default pkgsrc settings, so -m32. Packages are basically all ok. I have: PKGSRC_COMPILER= ccache gcc CCACHE_DIR= /Users/gdt/.ccache in mk.conf. However, I seem to get only cache misses. In graphics/xplot-devel, after just building, I did ccache -z to clear the stats, and then built again, getting the following. gdt 97 /usr/pkgsrc/graphics/xplot-devel > ccache -s cache directory /Users/gdt/.ccache cache hit (direct) 0 cache hit (preprocessed) 0 cache miss 18 called for link 1 autoconf compile/link 11 unsupported compiler option 6 no input file 3 files in cache 2256 cache size 10.1 Mbytes max cache size 10.0 Gbytes On NetBSD/i386 5.1ish, I instead get: cache directory /home/gdt/.ccache cache hit (direct) 0 cache hit (preprocessed) 3 cache miss 15 called for link 1 autoconf compile/link 6 unsupported compiler option 8 no input file 3 files in cache 698752 cache size 7.5 Gbytes max cache size 10.0 Gbytes My memory is that until at least recently ccache used to be very effective at caching pkgsrc builds. Any clues? I have "ccache version 3.1.4"; perhaps this is a regression From 2.4?
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