C Compiler requirement

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Fri Nov 2 09:58:28 CET 2007

In message <3ECD7F7DDE95BA4FA598E8DDE71F1A5104CACEF8 at nwpsrv08.edj.ad.edwardjone
s.com>, "Cryer,Phil" writes:

>Is there any way Varnish can compile that
>beforehand, and then have that Shared Object used on the next launch
>instead of having it rebuilt again?

It's not inherently impossible, but does raise som concerns about
version skew between the compiled VCL and the varnishd binary.

It shouldn't be too much work to implement I think.

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