Articles with tag 'BuildStream'

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If API is the way a programmer can call one program from another, then ABI is how the computer can call one program from another. This covers a whole lot of intricacies, such as calling conventions and the object format.

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Bazel and BuildStream are tools which are commonly used to organize and delegate the building of software. There are a few key differences between them but largely they are concerned with the same development problems.

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Buildstream projects can easily be consumed by Bazel projects by use of a bazelize element, offering greater flexibility and an easier path to integrating third party dependencies

When building software, we know that we need to be fast and we know we need to minimise any wasted time in the process. Introducing Remote Execution to builds will help to achieve this, but how do the different solutions compare? That's where the Remote Execution API Testing Project comes in...

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Building software

Part of creating software involves translating source code into instructions that can be executed by hardware and packaging the results in a way that can be consumed by users. That process is known as building (although colloquially it sometimes can be referred to as compiling).

For small programs …

Codethink

If you've ever looked into remote build caching and execution and read about it

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Tristan explains his new initative BuildStream and what it could mean for GNOME in 2017.

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