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    Phoronix: LLVM 3.1 Officially Released

    After a week-long hiatus, LLVM 3.1 has been officially released...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTEwNTM

  • #2
    Interesting that Gentoo now has Tier 1 support (they are providing binaries for gentoo).

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    • #3
      Originally posted by scottishduck View Post
      Interesting that Gentoo now has Tier 1 support (they are providing binaries for gentoo).
      That seems a bit redundant seeing as any Gentooer worth their salt would be compiling for themselves anyway

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      • #4
        is there a debian repo for 3.1?

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        • #5
          - still doesn't build by default with gcc (uses -fno-rtti even though it needs RTTI, bug present since 2.9 at least), requires Makefile hacking
          - still doesn't install the clang static analyzer, have to copy manually

          + this time no toolchain path hacking needed, it actually found the gcc/glibc init files

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          • #6
            Originally posted by curaga View Post
            - still doesn't build by default with gcc (uses -fno-rtti even though it needs RTTI, bug present since 2.9 at least), requires Makefile hacking
            - still doesn't install the clang static analyzer, have to copy manually

            + this time no toolchain path hacking needed, it actually found the gcc/glibc init files
            Hmm... I've had no problems doing a stock build (./configure && make && make install) of 3.1 branch checkouts of LLVM/Clang using gcc. Admittedly, I haven't tried with the released 3.1, so maybe they broke it again...

            System: Mint 12 x64

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            • #7
              No problems with arch's llvm-svn package from AUR edited to build the final svn tag either but it is build with
              Code:
              make REQUIRES_RTTI=1
              so this could be relevant.

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              • #8
                Yep, Gentoo does the same. That's exactly the issue I mean.

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