[PATCH] D28080: [Docs][OpenCL] Added OpenCL feature description to user manual.
Pekka Jääskeläinen via Phabricator via cfe-commits
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Sun Jan 22 23:22:25 PST 2017
pekka.jaaskelainen added a comment.
In https://reviews.llvm.org/D28080#651732, @Anastasia wrote:
> @pekka.jaaskelainen, I just compiled the release 4.0 branch and it all works for me as expected:
> clang -cc1 -triple spir64-unknown-unknown test.cl
> clang -target spir64-unknown-unknown test.cl
Yes, that seems to work.
The problem was confusion with the frontend flag parameter. With the -cc1 it switches all parameters to
the frontend mode, not only the next one (like -Xclang does).
When I pass -Xclang before -cc1, it fails, if after, it fails also, but differently:
$ clang -cc1 -triple spir64-unknown-unknown -Xclang -finclude-default-header ~/temp/local.cl
error: unknown argument: '-Xclang'
$ clang -Xclang -finclude-default-header -cc1 -triple spir64-unknown-unknown ~/temp/local.cl
clang-4.0: error: unknown argument: '-cc1'
clang-4.0: error: unknown argument: '-triple'
clang-4.0: error: no such file or directory: 'spir64-unknown-unknown'
(I should pass -finclude-default-header after -cc1 without -Xclang then it works, but I think also the
latter version should work, no?)
Also, I cannot add -S (even with -emit-llvm), then it complains about a missing target:
$ clang -cc1 -triple spir64-unknown-unknown ~/temp/local.cl -S
error: unable to create target: 'No available targets are compatible with this triple.'
I think -S used to work with -emit-llvm as a switch to output LLVM text instead of bitcode, but now it seems to
output text by default so it should not be used. Is there are reason to use/document the -cc1 -triple instead of
-target here? Also, for me the command without -emit-llvm doesn't output anything.
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