[LLVMdev] llvm 1.8 release notes draft
sabre at nondot.org
Wed Aug 9 09:33:27 PDT 2006
Thanks all, I've incorporated all the feedback so far:
On Tue, 8 Aug 2006, Bil wrote:
> On Aug 8, 2006, at 10:28 AM, Chris Lattner wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Here's the first draft of the LLVM 1.8 release notes. Please take a look
>> and send me any comments or feedback you have:
> Trivial changes:
> * Most of LLVM is now built with "-pedantic", ensuring better portability to
> more C++ Compilers.
> Probably should be "compilers"?
> * The PowerPC backend now includes initial 64-bit support. The JIT is not
> complete, and the static compiler has a couple of known bugs, but support is
> mostly in place. LLVM 1.9 will include completed PPC-64 support.
> I would suggest "compete PPC-64 support" instead.
> * The -cee pass is known to be buggy, and may be removed in in a future
> Remove one of the "in"s.
> * The following Unix system functionality has not been tested and may not
> "functionalities have"
> * Zero arg vararg functions are not supported. This should not affect LLVM
> produced by the C or C++ frontends.
> This sentence confuses me. Should it be "LLVM bytecode" or some other
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