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Build Your Own Distributed Compilation Cluster - A Practical Walkthrough
     

Build Your Own Distributed Compilation Cluster - A Practical Walkthrough

by Hunter Davis
 
Build Your Own Distributed Compilation Cluster is a collected volume of my article series of the same name. Throughout the 6 in-depth how-to articles, I’ll take you through the process of building a fully working cross-compilation distributed build system. The canonical example is of building a distributed ARM to X86-64 cross-compilation cluster. This system is

Overview

Build Your Own Distributed Compilation Cluster is a collected volume of my article series of the same name. Throughout the 6 in-depth how-to articles, I’ll take you through the process of building a fully working cross-compilation distributed build system. The canonical example is of building a distributed ARM to X86-64 cross-compilation cluster. This system is also generic enough to apply to most any compilation environment, while remaining powerful enough to outperform all but the most advanced compilation systems. With source code examples provided and easy step by step instructions, this 60+ page instructional eBook is a valuable introductory and practical resource for those interested in distributed compilation, cross compilation, low power computing clusters, and so much more. It’s also one terrific bargain, and an excellent reference.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012184719
Publisher:
Hunter Davis
Publication date:
03/09/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
363 KB

Meet the Author

My name is Hunter Davis and I run a start-up called Discursive Labs. For the past ten years I’ve been publishing software and hacks on my website www.hunterdavis.com, and in the process I’ve written many instructional guides. During the course of my tenure at Discursive Labs in 2010, I ran a series of articles about compilers, low power compilation clusters, and the like. I walked readers through a full cross-compilation cluster installation, the creation of a distributed make system from scratch, and the headaches and hurdles that come with such an endeavor.

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