[TESTING]: ClangBSD branch needs testing before the import to HEAD

Roman Divacky rdivacky at freebsd.org
Mon May 31 11:38:27 UTC 2010

> > there are no known clang bugs (at least known to me) related to FreeBSD
> >
> > in other words - at this point you can compile FreeBSD with clang (both
> > in the version in clangbsd) and it "works" (for people who tested it)
> > on amd64 and i386
> I don't mean about FreeBSD, but about CLANG itself.
> It would be very depressing to loose many hours on kernel races before
> to discover it was a compiler deficiency, for example.

thats what I mean - we are not aware of any bugs in clang itself that
harm FreeBSD (on i386/amd64). 

btw. there are 68 open bug reports against gcc 4.2.1 in gcc bugzilla.
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