[lldb-dev] Fixing OS X Xcode build

Todd Fiala via lldb-dev lldb-dev at lists.llvm.org
Thu Jan 28 06:28:50 PST 2016

This is all fixed up by r259028.  Change comments for r259027 contain some
changes to the build requirements for Xcode OS X builds.

These boil down to essentially:
* OS X 10.9 is the minimum deployment version now, up from 10.8.  This is
driven by the LLVM/clang cmake-based build.

* Cmake is now required.  (Not surprising, hopefully).

* The build grabs LLVM and clang source with git via the
http://llvm.org/git/{project}.git mirrors if the code doesn't already exist
accessible via the lldb/llvm and lldb/llvm/tools/clang directory
locations.  Previously it would use svn for the initial retrieval.

The buildbot is turned back on and is now green.  r259028 fixed a minor
breakage in the gtest target that I forget to check when doing the work for

Let me know if you have any questions!


On Wed, Jan 27, 2016 at 7:30 AM, Todd Fiala <todd.fiala at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> At the current moment the OS X Xcode build is broken.  I'll be working on
> fixing it today.  As has been discussed in the past, post llvm/clang-3.8
> the configure/automake system was getting stripped out of LLVM and clang.
> The OS X Xcode build has a legacy step in it that still uses the
> configure-based build system.  I'll be cleaning that up today.
> In the meantime, expect if you use the Xcode build that you'll either need
> to work with llvm/clang from earlier than yesterday (along with locally
> undoing any changes in lldb for llvm/clang changes - there was at least one
> yesterday), or just sit tight a bit.
> Thanks!
> --
> -Todd

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