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- Aug 15 2016, 6:00 AM (214 w, 3 d)
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Aug 13 2020
I wonder if we can remove the helper variables such as PYTHON_LIBRARIES now.
Aug 11 2020
Aug 9 2020
Moved comment back to the top.
Aug 8 2020
Aug 7 2020
I don't really know about the two plugin mechanisms. To be honest, I haven't been able to get Polly to work yet — however, one of our users has done some testing for me, and IIRC the 'pass plugin' mechanism didn't work for some reason.
Aug 6 2020
Aug 5 2020
Do not add dylib explicitly.
Updated to use LLVM_LINK_LLVM_DYLIB.
Aug 4 2020
I suppose this makes sense. Testing it on some more systems might be good but I guess buildbot will take care of that.
Aug 1 2020
Is RelA an actual result of install target, or just the build tree? I think it needs to be the former.
Jul 30 2020
Seems to work fine for me.
Jul 29 2020
This commit breaks standalone clang builds.
Jul 28 2020
I suppose this makes sense and shouldn't break anything.
Jul 24 2020
I'll remove my earlier protest but let's give others a chance to review.
Jul 22 2020
Did you forget to include a patch that uses LIBPFM_HAS_FIELD_CYCLES?
Jul 20 2020
Here's a version with the extra test.
Jul 17 2020
You shouldn't be checking the running kernel but the version of the kernel headers. Think of build hosts building LLVM for an entirely different system altogether.
Jul 7 2020
Jul 4 2020
(though personally I'd prefer just converting these three docs into .rst and having a single markup everywhere, without extra dependencies)
Jun 25 2020
See D55445. Long story short, this isn't gonna happen because of license change.
Jun 19 2020
Ping. The current state is that c-index-test crashes for us, and I'd like to see it fixed for 10.0.1. I have a patch of my own but it doesn't handle all that _static magic, so I guess this one's better.
Ping. It'd be nice to have this fixed.
Jun 17 2020
Thanks for the fix.
This change broke standalone builds of LLD:
Added a test that adds a hidden option that is closer to argv. Confirmed that it fails without the change, passes with the change.
(I'm working on the test)
Ok, I don't think this failure is due to my changes but I've proposed a solution as D82001 anyway.
Jun 16 2020
For the record, this seems to trigger some command-line option parser problem:
Jun 15 2020
Is this what you had in mind? I'm sorry it took me this long to get to it again.
Jun 1 2020
Added a test.
May 4 2020
Nevermind, I figured out good enough workaround.
May 2 2020
May 1 2020
This broke running clang tests stand-alone:
Apr 28 2020
Mar 17 2020
Mar 7 2020
Feb 14 2020
This broke standalone build of clang. It's trying to write into /include (as in, root directory) now! My guess is that LLVM_BINARY_DIR is undefined at this point of standalone build, later it might be defined to point to directory where LLVM was installed which also wouldn't be correct.
@broadwaylamb, I've requested backporting this to 10.x: https://bugs.llvm.org/show_bug.cgi?id=44905. However, i wasn't able to find to find you on Bugzilla and CC you. Could you confirm whether it's fine to backport, please?
Feb 10 2020
Gentoo, using the ebuilds. I think the most relevant is how libc++abi is configured:
Feb 7 2020
Feb 5 2020
Feb 4 2020
This seems to have broken NetBSD:
Feb 3 2020
I can confirm the tests pass both on i386 and amd64 for me, with this patch.