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SubjectRe: 2.6.15-mm2: alpha broken
Paul Jackson <pj@sgi.com> wrote:
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> And Andrew made a good point,

It's January - time for my annual good point.

> that matches up well with your mention
> of your "puny 1.8 GHz CPU." There is some efficiency to be gained
> from doing crosstool builds against 100 changes at once, rather than
> 100 developers each doing them for their one change.

Of course, people other than myself can and do run cross-builds on -mm
trees, which is doubleplus efficient. It appears that Adrian is doing
this, for one.

So the 100-or-more people write their patches, they go into -mm and then I
and a few others do the cross-compiling, feed back or fix any problems.

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