[cfe-dev] powerpc-darwin8 build/test status page
fang at csl.cornell.edu
Wed Jan 18 13:15:19 PST 2012
>> 18.01.2012, 02:46, "David Fang" <fang at csl.cornell.edu>:
>>> ?????????For anyone who might be interested, I've thrown together a little
>>> page to track my builds of llvm and clang, both release 3.0 and
>>> svn-trunk, on powerpc-darwin8.
>>> I'll update the list of logs each time I svn-update and build. ?It's
>>> nowhere as nice as a real buildbot page, but it's better than nothing.
>>> 3.0 still has over 20 test failures, while svn-trunk has over 800.
>>> A lot of the failures with 3.0 are still reproducible on trunk.
>> Out of curiosity: is it already possible to build actual code with Clang on PPC?
>> Last time I've checked it was failing in CodeGen.
> Yes, and it works quite well. For example we can compile a booting
> freebsd-ppc32 kernel, etc. Last big thing missing is PIC support (on ELF
I'm only able to compile the simplest programs (hello-world) with
release-3.0 (on powerpc-darwin8). I do get unexpected errors on more
complex inputs, or turning on even modest optimization. The test suite
shows some unexpected crashes, so I'd like to attack those first.
svn-trunk has way too many failures. Perhaps those more knowledgeable can
dig through my logs for testing svn-trunk, and suggest where to look
If you want to reproduce my findings with release-3.0, I recommend using
fink with my packaging file, it does a bunch of patching, and hacking
with the build.
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