7/26/2004 - Trolltech released Teambuilder, version 1.2. Teambuilder is a distributed build system that takes advantage of the entire work groupís unused CPU cycles to reduce compile time.
The improvements include:
Pricing and Availability
Teambuilder 1.2 is immediately available. Personal Teambuilder is available for immediate download from the Trolltech website. For commercial editions of Teambuilder, please contact email@example.com.
Teambuilder uses spare CPU cycles of networked computers to greatly speed up compilation tasks, thereby drastically decreasing the idle time spent waiting for an application to compile. Unlike most compile-farm tools, Teambuilder is easy to setup and maintain. Teambuilder also ensures that new machines can be added quickly, and with limited configuration, while optimizing compile times between multiple systems.
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