LLVM 3.2: official stable port is still LLVM 3.1. Basesystem missing important LLVM pieces!
ohartman at zedat.fu-berlin.de
Sun Jan 6 16:00:12 UTC 2013
Am 01/06/13 15:52, schrieb Dimitry Andric:
> On 2013-01-06 13:55, O. Hartmann wrote:
>> While working with an OpenCL port that is depending on LLVM 3.2, I feel
>> very uncomfortable haveng to have devel/llvm-devel installed while the
>> official release of LLVM is 3.2.
> Please prod the port maintainer (Brooks) to update the llvm port
> instead. I have CC'd him on this mail.
>> The port devel/llvm is still the older
>> 3.1. Is this going to be changed?
> Obviously, but this is at the discretion of the port maintainer. If
> Brooks needs more time, then you will have be a little patient. Also
> please remember that ports just came out of feature freeze.
I also filed a PR (
It seems, that the port devel/llvm-devel also misses some pieces of the
most recent LLVM 3.2, as it is needed to compile POCL properly, but I
leave this with the experts to change.
I try to follow a logical path: devel/llvm represents the recent
release, while devel/llvm-devel should be the development branch, 3.3 by
I do not know whether we need LLVM 3.1 any more, since apart from the
POCL device driver backend via LLVM for OpenCL target I know about
nothing in the FreeBSD realm by now using LLVM. I might be wrong ...
So, I see forward to hear from the decissions made ;-)
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