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Thread: LLVM/Clang Makes Progress On Building LibreOffice

  1. #1
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    Jan 2007

    Default LLVM/Clang Makes Progress On Building LibreOffice

    Phoronix: LLVM/Clang Makes Progress On Building LibreOffice

    LLVM's Clang C/C++ compiler has been making much progress in recent months on being able to build high-priority open-source/Linux software packages. When using the latest LLVM/Clang compiler, it appears to be in good shape for handling LibreOffice...

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    Feb 2012


    Slightly Off-topic :

    Has anyone tried compiling Open-Office on a Ivy bridge/Piledriver platform with march=native , -O3 and LTCG options ?
    Does it give substantial improvements ?

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Oct 2012
    Washington State


    Another useless article. Wake me when LibreOffice or any other piece of software doesn't hardcode configurations for GCC or any other compiler suite, complies with C++11/C99 and stops implying by their failuress that the compiler is the source of how come it cannot compile outside specific compiler suites.

    Hell, compiling Inkscape would be a snap for LLVM/Clang if Inkscape didn't hardcode for GCC and fail upon not finding it.

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