When using gcc for a c-compiler, the program called ccache allows for people to shorten compile times by cashing partially compiled C code.

However, this only caches code from C-based languages, and only works on gcc/g++/etc. Is there something like ccache for the LLVM framework, where it cashes LLVM-language code, thus allowing for all languages to have this compile-time performance boost? If not, why?

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