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

Erik Cederstrand erik at cederstrand.dk
Mon May 31 19:51:00 UTC 2010

Den 29/05/2010 kl. 15.02 skrev Roman Divacky:

> ClangBSD was updated to LLVM/clang revision 104832 which is what we aim to import
> into HEAD in roughly a week. We would like the initial import to be as painless
> as possible and therefore we ask you to test ClangBSD to assure that the revision
> we are importing does not have some really embarassing bugs.

I've been running the stress2 test suite on ClangBSD (in a VirtualBox VM) for the last 48 hours with no crashes. I needed to pull in a couple of patches that have been committed to FreeBSD HEAD since the last merge with ClangBSD to avoid specific crashes, but now everything seems to work just fine.

I do have a problem with buildworld on an unmodified ClangBSD src/ tree within a ClangBSD VM. Clang barfs on the mmintrin.h headers when building it's own Lexer because it picks up the gcc version of the headers instead of the clang version. This has been fixed before in ClangBSD, but probably the logic to decide on which headers to use are insufficient.


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