Ninja.exe for LLVM.org website?
silvas at purdue.edu
Thu Nov 14 12:58:27 PST 2013
I would consider hosting the binary as an "optimization" for user
experience, best left until after the document is done; the document should
still describe a way to set up the machine without the binary download.
On Thu, Nov 14, 2013 at 3:36 PM, Mikael Lyngvig <mikael at lyngvig.org> wrote:
> I can't find the mail, but somebody (was it you, Sean?) suggested that
> LLVM.org should host a copy of ninja.exe to simplify the process of setting
> up a Windows builder; the problem about Ninja is that it requires MSVC to
> be installed on the Windows machine building it and we're trying to support
> MSVC-less installations as well as MSVC-enabled installations.
Oh, well then maybe hosting a binary won't really simplify things that much.
-- Sean Silva
> I've built a Ninja as of today and even put it through www.virustotal.comso as to make sure that there isn't any virus in it:
> As I cannot send binaries through GMail, I've put it at
> Do we want this file to go on LLVM.org or should I just keep it on my own
> website? I don't mind either and I volunteer to update it occasionally.
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