[lldb-dev] Installing LLDB 3.2 on linux?
scallanan at apple.com
Thu Mar 7 14:14:53 PST 2013
lldb can (and ought to) use debug information from any clang released before it. You do not need to synchronize.
On Mar 7, 2013, at 2:13 PM, "Russell E. Owen" <rowen at uw.edu> wrote:
> In article <C4D6ED9A-F8EA-49F8-B573-4E2828A33A22 at apple.com>,
> Sean Callanan <scallanan at apple.com> wrote:
>> to elaborate on Greg's point, LLDB for Linux is an evolving creature and
>> isn't yet at the point where we can cut a release and call it "stable."
>> going to have a much better experience by using as recent an SVN checkout
>> as possible.
> Thank you all for your helpful and quick replies.
> One more question, please: If I build LLDB trunk against Clang and LLVM
> trunk, must I also use that trunk of Clang and LLVM for compiling my
> code? Or may I continue to use the 3.2 releases of Clang and LLVM (and
> does it make sense to do so)?
> -- Russell
> P.S. I love LLDB with Clang and LLVM on my Mac. That is why I'm so keen
> to have it on linux.
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