[cfe-dev] clang unable to build example C file
clattner at apple.com
Wed Oct 10 14:01:20 PDT 2007
On Oct 10, 2007, at 1:53 PM, Török Edvin wrote:
> On 10/10/07, Chris Lattner <clattner at apple.com> wrote:
>> This certainly should work, and does for me :).
> Did I say that I have x86-64 arch? Is clang supported on it?
> Or should I retry in a 32-bit chroot?
> [that is going to take a while, so I'll only be able to report on this
llvm fully supports x86-64 and clang should to.
>> I bet that if you
>> revert clang back to r42817 that it will work for you.
> No, that doesn't work either. Same valgrind warnings too.
> Should I revert llvm to r42817 too?
I just committed a patch that should fix the valgrind errors below,
please try it out. If there are still valgrind warnings, please let
me know, thanks!
>> The other
>> possibility is that it may be a miscompilation by gcc 4.2.1. Can you
>> please run 'make check' in the main llvm/test directory and see if
>> you have problems there?
> FAIL: /home/edwin/llvm-svn/llvm/test/Bindings/Ocaml/analysis.ml
> Failed with exit(2) at line 1
> while running: /usr/bin/ocamlc -cc g++ -I
> /home/edwin/llvm-svn/llvm/Release/lib/ocaml llvm.cma llvm_analysis.cma
> /home/edwin/llvm-svn/llvm/test/Bindings/Ocaml/analysis.ml -o
> File "/home/edwin/llvm-svn/llvm/test/Bindings/Ocaml/analysis.ml", line
> 39, characters 12-54:
> Warning X: this statement never returns (or has an unsound type.)
> /tmp/camlprim81a59e.c:839: warning: deprecated conversion from string
> constant to 'char*'
> <... repeated lots of times, till I run out of space on /tmp ... >
> Does that work for you?
I don't have ocaml installed, please notify llvmdev mailing list,
Thanks for the help!
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