[LLVMdev] Files to lib/System/Win32
henrik_bach_llvm at hotmail.com
Tue Sep 14 03:40:04 PDT 2004
>From: Reid Spencer <reid at x10sys.com>
>Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2004 21:07:16 -0700
>The patches you submitted will not work (at all) for the Win32 platform
>because they (still) use Unix system calls. Win32 doesn't have mkdtemp,
>fork, execve, etc. Furthermore in Path.cpp forward slashes are still
>used. These need to be changed to back slashes.
Specifically I've searched my win32 source for function calls of mkdtemp,
fork and execve and they are exclude from compilation due to the MinGW
configure didn't find it worth to flag HAVE_BACKTRACE and HAVE_SYS_WAIT.
I've specifically left the unix code untouched for HAVE_BACKTRACE and
HAVE_SYS_WAIT inclusions, because if some one or me came across and felt it
was worth rewriting, then the semantic implementation could be read, instead
of one has to dig it out of some other sources.
>So, I'm not familiar with mingw platform. Since you've stated they
>compile on your mingw platform, I'm assuming mingw is some kind of Unix
>clone like cygwin.
It's not another unix clone but it is POSIX.1 compatible at source code
level. You can make truely win32 executables with it. The shell of MSYS
support bash shell scripts :) and that makes porting easy at the moment :)
>That raises for me the issue of whether we really
>want to support *another* Unix interface on Windows. We are already
>supporting cygwin and Interix.
It's up to you guys ...
>So, would you consider using cygwin or Interix instead of mingw? If not,
as told lately, the Interix port is somewhat stalled on my local system. I'm
still considering what I should do.
>then I will place your patches into a lib/System/MingW directory and you
>can provide the implementation there. If you want to go that way you'll
Still depends on you guys...
>need to make some corrections to your patches. The main one is that
>you've replicated the generic Unix code into the Path.cpp file. Instead
>of doing that, I would prefer it if you #included it so we don't have
>duplicate Unix code all over the place.
I've modified the unix code to be posix and win32 compatible. I considered
an inclusion, but found out, that I had to make some modifications to some
functions. I'll reconsider the inclusion of generic unix code, if I should
move along with this port, too.
But, if you don't feel it's true win32 code, feel free to move it into a
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