FreeBSD 10 prognostication...
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Sun May 20 18:13:02 UTC 2012
On Sun, May 20, 2012 at 10:16 AM, Vance Siemens <vance.siemens at gmail.com>wrote:
> Maybe there is some truth to this. FreeBSD uses use clang, Apple's
> compiler, since FreeBSD 9:
> On Sat, May 12, 2012 at 11:45 AM, Matthew Jacob <mj at feral.com> wrote:
> > On 5/12/2012 6:25 AM, Vance Siemens wrote:
> >> Can you share a brief overview of what's wrong with it? I guess I'm
> >> not as knowledgeable as I thought. The story was quite enticing to me.
> > Very few of the historical facts are actually correct.
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I thought clang was a University of Illinois project. http://llvm.org/
There are notes from a meeting in 2007 when they announced clang to be part
of llvm, and it appears that out of 60 attendees there were a couple of
But i don't know much more about it, maybe it is 'apple's clang'. over a
decade ago i was setting up some X servers for toyota and noticed in the
documentation about 'Apple Services for Windows', but getting down into the
software i realized it was actually Samba. And you know I just can't seem
to find the word "Apple" on the author's wikipedia page.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Tridgell but maybe they had something
to do with it?
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