[cfe-dev] Clang and (cross-)compilation to [i686, x86_64]-w64-mingw32
rnk at google.com
Mon Jan 13 17:32:52 PST 2014
On Sun, Jan 12, 2014 at 3:20 AM, Ruben Van Boxem
<vanboxem.ruben at gmail.com>wrote:
> I'm planning to take a much-needed look at MinGW(-w64) compatibility in
> the Clang driver. What I'm hoping to accomplish is the following:
> 1. allow 'clang -target [i686,x86_64]-w64-mingw32' to:
> 1a) search /usr/[i686,x86_64]-w64-mingw32/[include,lib] and certain
> subdirectories for C(++) headers and libraries,
> 1b) use [i686,x86_64]-w64-mingw32-[as,ld,...] instead of what is currently
> (as of Clang 3.3 in my Arch Linux installation, will soon test a top of
> trunk build) [as,ld,...]
> 1c) set the necessary libraries to link in various situations.
> 2) Build a toolchain:
> 2a) that uses GNU binutils, Clang, and GNU libgcc/libstdc++ and make it
> 2b) that uses GNU binutils, Clang, LLVM compiler-rt, and GNU libstdc++ and
> make it work.
> For this, I'd like to introduce a new Toolchain subclass, MinGWToolchain,
> which takes care of the *-*-mingw32 triplets.
> I'm unsure of several things:
> 1) where is the target triple "converted" into a Toolchain instance?
Driver::getToolChain() in Driver.cpp
> 2) how can I pass triplet-specific include dirs at configure/cmake time?
> This would not really be necessary, but actually really is if Clang is to
> be used as an "ultra-cross"-compiler targetting every triplet under the sun
> from one binary (which is an awesome idea).
I'm not sure exactly what the question is.
> I have read the sparse Driver documentation, and unfortunately not found
> an answer to the above issues. I would appreciate any substantial help
> anyone can give me in these departments. I'd like to do this right so the
> changes can stay (unlike my previous InitHeaderSearch hacks)
We have driver documentation? I wasn't aware of it. :) I'd look at
clang/test/Driver for some of the existing header / library search tests.
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