[LLVMdev] Updated: 2.0 Pre-release tarballs online

Tanya M. Lattner tonic at nondot.org
Fri May 18 11:28:25 PDT 2007

I've updated the pre-release tarballs online. I'm also extending the 
testing completion date to May 22nd at 5pm PDT. The new release target 
date is May 23rd.

If you have any free time, please give the new pre-release a try.

Thanks to all who have tested LLVM!


P.S. Documentation review should still be completed today! Thanks!

> I've uploaded the 2.0 pre-release to this location:
> http://llvm.org/prereleases/2.0/
> If you have free time and would like to help test this release, please 
> download the appropriate tarballs from the website.
> Here are a few ways you can help test this release:
> 1) Download llvm-gcc4 binary and llvm. Compile and run make check.
> 2) Download llvm-gcc4 binary, llvm, and llvm-test. Compile, run make check, 
> and do "make ENABLE_OPTIMIZED=1 TEST=nightly report" in llvm-test.
> 3) Compile llvm-gcc4 and llvm from source. Run 'make check'.
> 4) Compile llvm-gcc4 and llvm from source. Run 'make check' and do a 'make 
> ENABLE_OPTIMIZED=1 TEST=nightly report' in llvm-test.
> It would also be helpful for someone to compile/test with objdir != srcdir.
> The 2.0 release defaults to a Release build, but you are welcome to test with 
> a Debug build as well.
> When reporting your results, please email the list and mention what platform, 
> which option you chose (1, 2, 3, or 4), and if you made any configure changes 
> (objdir != srcdir, or Debug build). Include the dejagnu test log or the 
> nightly test report.
> Thanks,
> Tanya Lattner

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