[lldb-dev] Are the JITLoaderGDB and ProcessElfCore pluginssupposed to work on OS X?
colin at codeplay.com
Sat Mar 15 05:53:12 PDT 2014
We've been looking at setting up a windows buildbot too. However from my end the docs on setting one up are a little light on actual detail needed for a sysadmin to work with :) we don't have a problem providing licences for the machine.
Even one that tested simply building without running tests would be a great step in the right direction!
From: "Virgile Bello" <virgile.bello at gmail.com>
Sent: 15/03/2014 12:38
To: "Greg Clayton" <gclayton at apple.com>
Cc: "lldb-dev" <lldb-dev at cs.uiuc.edu>
Subject: Re: [lldb-dev] Are the JITLoaderGDB and ProcessElfCore pluginssupposed to work on OS X?
Concerning builds, I try to always check against cmake and make (Windows + Linux), but I noticed many of the LLDB build bots are not in very good shape.
Also, not sure if there is buildbots are testing automake & xcode only, or if some of them are testing cmake build as well? (even for LLVM?)
If buildbot gets fixed, I would be happy to try to setup a bot for some of the Windows builds, because they also tend to be easy to break.
However, I am not sure if it will be easy to get a stable Windows VM with licences (MSVC or MingW windows would be best, but if not possible, maybe cross compile from Linux MingW -- if it works -- could still be a good first step).
On 13 March 2014 01:27, Greg Clayton <gclayton at apple.com> wrote:
Most plug-ins should be built on all systems all the time. The _only_ plugins that shouldn't be built are ones that can only build on the native system and only make sense to use on the native system. That means "ProcessLinux" is for linux only, and "ProcessFreeBSD" is for FreeBSD only. Right now there are a bunch of Apple plug-ins that aren't being built for everyone, but they should be and Todd Fiala and I are working on making sure they are included soon.
So the answer is "make the build work" for all plug-ins. Right now we have 3 build systems: Xcode (darwin only), make and cmake. Usually when changes get made things break so we need to fix them.
On Mar 12, 2014, at 8:22 AM, Kuba Ober <kuba at mareimbrium.org> wrote:
> Currently, the build scripts and source/lldb.cpp disagree on what plugins are
> included for Darwin.
> The build scripts don’t build the JITLoaderGDB and ProcessElfCore, yet lldb.cpp
> tries to initialize and terminate those plugins, resulting in link failure.
> What’s the right way to go? Should I patch to disable those plugins, or to
> enable them?
> Cheers, Kuba Ober
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