> possible that the ABI does not change but the checksum does. That happens
> a lot, but it's not really a big problem because that (if done right) will
> just cause spurious rebuilds - correctness isn't affected.
ccache is your friend on that one.
> Of course, for people who are patching their kernels a lot, modversions
> (again if done right) are a pain in the a**, since they cause a lot of not
> really necessary rebuilds. But people who do that supposedly think they
ccache is still your friend 8)
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