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From: Landry Breuil (landryrhaalovely.net)
Date: Sat Dec 07 2013 - 07:11:46 CST
On Sat, Dec 07, 2013 at 05:27:40AM -0500, Brad Smith wrote:
> On 07/12/13 4:41 AM, Landry Breuil wrote:
> >On Fri, Dec 06, 2013 at 03:26:55PM -0500, Brad Smith wrote:
> >>On 05/12/13 3:35 AM, Brad Smith wrote:
> >>>Here is a work in progress update to LLVM 3.4. This has only been lightly
> >>>tested on amd64. I need this build tested on i386, powerpc, sparc64 and
> >>>mips64 to start off. If you have such an arch please try building it as
> >>>soon as possible as I'd like to report any issues upstream if there are
> >>>any. Any runtime testing feedback would also be appreciated.
> >>Still looking for build tests for sparc64 and mips64.
> >It builds and packages on sparc64:
> >$make test
> >===> Regression tests for llvm-3.4rc2
> >ninja: error: unknown target 'RUNTESTFLAGS='
> I have a diff pending with Stuart to fix the regression tests. That
> was broken after the switch to CMake.
> >And it still fails to pass firefox's configure script:
> Mozilla's autoconf infrastructure for whatever reason is not detecting that
> that is Clang and running autoconf checks for GCC on Clang which it should
> not be. I would need to see the full autoconf run up to that
> point to see if we can spot where things go wrong. The autoconf script
> from the bits I looked at seems to be able to determine GCC vs Clang
> but I didn't come across the actual tests to see how it does so.
Yet it has no issue on amd64 with clang 3.3.