[LLVMbugs] [Bug 10886] Cmake scripts with Clang don't work in trunk as of revision 139290

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Fri Sep 9 01:52:24 PDT 2011


Chandler Carruth <chandlerc at gmail.com> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
             Status|NEW                         |RESOLVED
         Resolution|                            |INVALID

--- Comment #3 from Chandler Carruth <chandlerc at gmail.com> 2011-09-09 03:52:23 CDT ---
(In reply to comment #2)
> > Can you list the files and directories under '.../llvm/tools/clang/utils'?
> C:\Work\LLVM\llvm-3.0\llvm\tools\clang\utils>dir
>  Volume in drive C is System
>  Volume Serial Number is EC1B-0EFB
>  Directory of C:\Work\LLVM\llvm-3.0\llvm\tools\clang\utils
> 2011-09-08  13:38    <DIR>          .
> 2011-09-08  13:38    <DIR>          ..
> 2011-09-08  13:38    <DIR>          bugpoint
> 2011-09-08  13:38    <DIR>          buildit


> There are no CMakeLists.txt files in the utils directories. What is even more
> strange is that the two utils directories (.../llvm/utils/ and
> .../llvm/tools/clang/utils/) seem identical.

Ok, I'm closing this bug as invalid -- your .../llvm/tools/clang/utils
directory is actually pointing at the LLVM utils directory. That's the cause of
these issues.

I'm not sure how or why it got into this state, and I'm happy to try to provide
pointers to help figure this out but that belongs on a normal mailing list.
That said, this may be something you can investigate better on your own as you
have access to your machine and the history of commands you have run. I would
try a totally clean tree with clean checkouts... something seems to be going
wrong in the process of getting the code onto your machine.

Anyways, please follow up on the mailing list if we can help, but this doesn't
look like a bug in the CMake scripts...

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