If you've ever wanted to build a ROM yourself from scratch and happen to love CyanogenMod, there's a new tool that you might want to have a look at -- the CyanogenMod compiler. What it does is build CM for your phone, without you having to do anything more than enter a number or two. Once you set up your computer (the instructions even cover that part), you can download a set of scripts that do all the hard work for you. When it's all said and done, you'll have a nice little package you can flash via recovery, and have your own home-brewed CyanogenMod.
And that might not be a good thing. What you have will be no different than the latest nightly build, except that you had to spend time doing it yourself, and won't get any help from the CM team when things foul up. Building from scratch is fun, there's no doubt about it, but this isn't just a one-click rooter tool -- it's going to take a long (as in loooooooooong) time to give you something you could have just downloaded more quickly in the first place.
Anyways, if you used a one-click rooter, then flashed a recovery in one click through ROM Manager, you now have a one-click (almost) ROM builder. It does happen to be great work, and lithid did a hell of a job with it. I'm just afraid of what you guys (and gals) will break with this one. Now that I'm done
with the grandfatherly advice being the old curmudgeon, hit the source link to have a look -- and stay off my lawn!
Source: XDA-developers. Thanks, blackroseMD1!