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Warning/disclaimer: these programs and libraries are highly experimental and might (and probably will) break in almost any scenario.
The goal of this project is to combine the power of a content-addressed nix-like store with some-what incremental and parallel compilation like ccache and distcc.
It is orientied around a client-server model, but the servers itself might also perform peer-to-peer work-distribution to increase parallelism.
Most UNIX-platforms where rustc works are supported. (I don't yet know which aren't.)
Currently, it doesn't support Windows, because containers, symlinks and read-only files work much different from unix there.