[cfe-dev] [libc++] Porting libc++ to Windows

Dan Albert danalbert at google.com
Mon Jun 15 15:42:19 PDT 2015

I had been looking in to this a while ago:

It was able to build with mingw, but wasn't too happy in testing under
wine. I'm not sure if that's wine related or actually bugs in my code (it
looked like both).

I got sidetracked and haven't looked back at it, but I was having trouble
building it on windows because cmake wasn't letting me use clang. Not
really sure why.

On Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 3:21 PM, Fulvio Esposito <fulvio.esposito at live.it>

> Hi all,
> I'm looking for a project to improve my C++ knowledge and have come up
> with LLVM. Since I'm not a C++ expert I was thinking to start with
> something that doesn't require C++ trickery expertise and thought about
> giving a hand porting libc++ to windows (it is a project I will devote part
> of my free time). Is there any interests on this or maybe someone already
> on the case? I searched through the libc++ website, mailing lists archives
> and bugzilla but couldn't find anything definitive.
> Best regards,
> Fulvio Esposito
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> than in practice"
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