[INFO]: import of clang/LLVM to happen on June 9th
jhell at dataix.net
Sat Jun 5 01:27:08 UTC 2010
On 06/04/2010 12:59, Doug Barton wrote:
> On 06/04/10 08:26, Roman Divacky wrote:
>> Dear current@
>> On June 9th, we are importing clang/LLVM into FreeBSD HEAD.
> Excellent news! :) I am in favor of this, and look forward to a day of
> using a FreeBSD system compiled as much as possible with clang.
> During the ongoing discussion there were 2 items identified that I was
> particularly interested in, and I personally would like to see those
> items resolved before the clang import:
> 1. Have uname report the compiler (and compiler version?) that the
> kernel was compiled with. This can likely be done through newvers.sh
> easily enough.
IMHO, With all due respect, Adding CLANG to uname ? This would only
leave it to be useless information later on when we finally jettison gcc
out of base.
How about this. Create a sysctl kern.compilers and set it to be a read
only. Assign a value system to the compilers that can be used.
1 = gcc
3 = clang/llvm
5 = other
4 = gcc+clang
6 = gcc+other
8 = clang+other
9 = one strange environment.
etc... etc... etc...
Then you can still have newvers.sh generate something for inclusion that
would set the final value of that sysctl.
> 2. Publish instructions on how to set up a different compiler for ports.
This should not stop the import.
> I realize that what you're talking about in this announcement is simply
> importing clang into the build, not using it to build anything yet.
> However my concern is that if we don't attend to these 2 issues sooner
> than later that they will get lost in the shuffle.
> In any case, congratulations on the progress the clang team has made so
> far, and on this new milestone. :)
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