[LLVMdev] Adding an object to llc
reid at x10sys.com
Tue May 30 08:49:17 PDT 2006
On Tue, 2006-05-30 at 14:48 +0200, Silken Tiger wrote:
> Thanks for all your feedback. I just found the reason for the compile failure
> for my analysis pass: I had to add my object to the namespace llvm instead of
> anonymous. This took me some time since i was looking for an linking
> failure... but as errors go i should have looked at the error message a
> little closer.
One would expect this, its a facility of the C++ language. The anonymous
namespace is, essentially, the same as declaring everything in it
static. That is, the symbols are not exported and not available for
> So for all those trying to add an analysis path:
> * add the object name to the USEDLIBS variable in the tools/llc/Makefile
> * use the llvm namespace instead of anonyous
These statements are only true if you're adding an analysis pass to
LLVM. If the pass is for use outside of LLVM then you want to:
* use the SHARED_LIBRARY=1 flag in your makefile
* use the --load option on llc to load your shared library
* use any namespace other than llvm or anonymous for declaring those
symbols that need
to be linked.
> This mail is intended as references for people using the search engines, prior
> to asking questions :-). But maybe this information could also be added to
Such a patch would be readily accepted.
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