[INFO]: import of clang/LLVM to happen on June 9th

Justin Hibbits jrh29 at alumni.cwru.edu
Fri Jun 4 17:33:12 UTC 2010

On Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 11:26 AM, Roman Divacky <rdivacky at freebsd.org> wrote:

> Dear current@
> On June 9th, we are importing clang/LLVM into FreeBSD HEAD. We are going
> to import clang/LLVM sources and put those into contrib/llvm (~45MB) and
> the build infrastructure for it (lib/clang and usr.bin/clang). There's
> also a small patch to hook it into the build. This patch is attached for
> review or available at (stripped from mergeinfo):
>        http://lev.vlakno.cz/~rdivacky/clangbsd-import.patch
> Clang will be enabled to be built on amd64/i386/ppc by default and disabled
> everywhere else. The selected clang/LLVM revision is r104832. Clang will
> be installed as "clang" so it should not interfere with anything. There's
> a switch (WITH_CLANG and WITHOUT_CLANG) that alters whether clang will
> be built or not.
> We plan to update clang/LLVM "often" as bugs are being found/fixed.
> From the point of view of a user nothing changes except one more
> application
> will be installed after the next buildworld/installworld.
> The next plan is to gradually start integrating the necessary changes to
> enable buildworld with clang but this is pending some more discussion.
> Roman Divacky

Does this mean the last bits of the ppc support have been fixed?

- Justin

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