[LLVMdev] cross compiling using llvm 1.8

Aviv Peretz aviv.peretz at mobileye.com
Sun Nov 2 01:47:50 PDT 2008


I'm trying to cross compile version 1.8 of llvm using mingw32.

I followed the instructions that are published in the site (at 
http://llvm.org/docs/GettingStarted.html). However, I no matter what I 
try I get the following error message:

configure: WARNING: ***** llvm-gcc/llvm-g++ was not found, or does not 
appear to be
configure: WARNING: ***** working. Please make sure you have llvmgcc and 
llvmg++ in
configure: WARNING: ***** your path before configuring LLVM. The runtime 
configure: WARNING: ***** (llvm/runtime) will not be built but you 
should be able to
configure: WARNING: ***** build the llvm tools.

This is even though llvm-gcc and llvm-g++ are indeed in my path (which 
llvm-gcc/llvm-g++ proves that).

the command line I use for configuring is the following:

configure --prefix=$1/install --enable-debug-runtime --enable-jit 
--enable-targets=host-only *--build=i586-linux-gnu --host=mingw32*

Am I doing something wrong?

Does this version support this form of cross compiling? (in the release 
notes it is only said that version 1.8 has a much better support for 
cross compiling)

I'd appreciate your help,


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