[PATCH] extra libclang functionality for the xdress project
alp at nuanti.com
Wed Nov 6 07:39:05 PST 2013
On 06/11/2013 14:55, Anthony Scopatz wrote:
> Hello All,
> Could we please hear some response on this? Thanks!
Hello Anthony, Geoffrey,
Thanks for the contribution.
You'll need to rebase this work against current SVN, add at least a
couple of standard lit tests and probably split it up into two or three
bite-size chunks for review.
Once that's done, it can also help to CC in others who've recently
worked on the C API in order to get buy-in.
As for the Geoffrey's build problem, it's best to ask that as a separate
question, including details about the platform and configuration if
you're still struggling.
Good luck with the patch :-)
> Be Well
> On Sun, Nov 3, 2013 at 5:46 PM, Geoffrey Irving <irving at naml.us
> <mailto:irving at naml.us>> wrote:
> Here are four patches improving libclang in various ways for use in
> xdress (http://xdress.org). In order, they add
> 1. Python support for clang_formatDiagnostic.
> 2. Access to public / private / protected specifiers.
> 3. Template argument access (as new cursor types).
> 4. A clang_Cursor_getDefaultArgument function.
> They've all been tested inside xdress, but the patches themselves do
> not include tests. Since questions about this stuff to cfe-dev were
> ignored, I want to make sure these patches will be looked at before I
> do potentially unnecessary work.
> Caveat: llvm trunk does not build for me due to these errors:
> llvm-build: error: invalid native target: 'x86_64' (not in
> Therefore, these patches were written, built, and tested again
> release_33 plus several cherry-picked libclang commits. It's possible
> they don't compile against the trunk.
> Any ideas what would have caused this build breakage since release_33?
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