[LLVMbugs] [PATCH] llvm-config with circular *.a support
emk.lists at gmail.com
Wed Mar 22 10:18:09 PST 2006
On Mar 22, 2006, at 12:42 PM, Reid Spencer wrote:
> On Wed, 2006-03-22 at 11:51 -0500, Eric Kidd wrote:
>> This code is not yet up to my usual standards for a CVS merge, so
>> please tread with caution, everybody. I apologize for any unexpected
>> holes in the floor. :-)
> Okay, that's fine. We have lots of experimental stuff in LLVM all the
> time. We are just careful that it doesn't get into "mainstream"
> use, as
> I did by not making llvm-config directory build by default.
No problem. :-) I'm just a bit of a perfectionist, and prefer to make
my patches as shiny as possible before merging them with HEAD. But
since llvm-config is currently skipped by the build, it shouldn't
>>> 1. The .mt-attrs file that was part of your patch was not
>> I sent out a followup e-mail about this bit of cruft, but it looks
>> like I'm the only person on the 'To' list. You'd think after more
>> than a decade of heavy e-mail use I'd understand "Reply to" by
>> now. :-)
> Okay, can you send it?
The .mt-attrs file is an artifact of my version control system, and I
forgot to edit it out of the *.diff. You don't have the file and you
don't need to patch it. :-)
On a related note, I'll be making my LLVM tree available through
Monotone sometime soon. Monotone is a fully-distributed version
control system with spiffy branching features. I'll use Monotone for
prototyping various features that aren't ready for CVS.
> perl --version: This is perl, v5.8.5 built for i386-linux-thread-multi
> llvm-config is attached.
Thanks! I should be able to track this down tonight.
> You're welcome; and, we appreciate your efforts to improve LLVM.
Thank you. I'm eagerly looking forward to the day when we have more
people building neat projects on top of LLVM.
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