[cfe-dev] libstdc++ Windows port
justin.holewinski at gmail.com
Fri May 25 09:06:28 PDT 2012
Sorry for resurrecting a few-month-old thread, but I'm curious about the
current status of the Windows version of libc++. From this and other
threads, it seems the library should be buildable using mingw-w64, but I am
immediately hitting missing header file errors when compiling (notably
pthread.h). It seems like mingw32 has the pthread bits while mingw-w64
does not, yet mingw-w64 has the xlocinfo.h header file while mingw32 does
not; so neither distribution is sufficient in itself.
I realize the Windows version is far from complete and not necessarily
surprised by these issues, I would just like to know the current status
(what *should* be working), and where effort is currently being spent.
By the way, I was using GIT head from a couple of hours ago.
On Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 7:20 AM, David Chisnall <csdavec at swan.ac.uk> wrote:
> On 8 Mar 2012, at 15:14, Matthew Faithfull wrote:
> > How would you see this sitting within the libc++ project structure. It
> > would be a rather large lump of platform specific code, without a
> > current precedent. Would a seperate Windows C++11 concurrency library be
> > preferable?
> There was some discussion of this on the list a while ago, but I don't
> think anyone got as far as implementing anything. Ruben Van Boxem has done
> most of the Windows work so far, so it would be worth checking with him. I
> plan on adding support for Windows exceptions to libcxxrt once LLVM can
> generate working Win64 EH tables (I'm not really interested in 32-bit, but
> patches are welcome...)
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