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  • LLVMLinux Works To Make More Code Clang-Compatible With Linux 3.18

    Phoronix: LLVMLinux Works To Make More Code Clang-Compatible With Linux 3.18

    On top of some separate patches to make the mainline 64-bit ARM Linux kernel closer to building under Clang, a separate pull request was sent in for the Linux 3.18 kernel that works to make other areas of the kernel's massive code-base more compatible with the LLVM/Clang compiler...

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

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    So as per the LLVMLinux webpage, they have only 2 outstanding x86 patches?! I reckon by the end of next year even arm is going to be upstreamed.

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    • #3
      On the other see of the news ....

      FreeBSD has been ported to gcc 4.9.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by BSDude View Post
        So as per the LLVMLinux webpage, they have only 2 outstanding x86 patches?! I reckon by the end of next year even arm is going to be upstreamed.
        Next goal is LTO Linux?

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        • #5
          LTO was done by different people? Unless you mean LLVM LTO?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by BSDude View Post
            So as per the LLVMLinux webpage, they have only 2 outstanding x86 patches?! I reckon by the end of next year even arm is going to be upstreamed.
            +24 patches for all platforms

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            • #7
              Originally posted by curaga View Post
              LTO was done by different people? Unless you mean LLVM LTO?
              It wasn't done already since LTO won't work out of the box even with 3.18, but does it have some project page of it's own?

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