[LLVMdev] Validating LLVM

David Greene dag at cray.com
Tue Nov 11 11:38:07 PST 2008

On Monday 10 November 2008 19:11, Mike Stump wrote:
> creating tags.  The existance of specific combinations of tags at the
> same versions can be used to create rollup tags.  One can imagine a C

I'm not entirely sure what you mean here.  By "versions" do you mean
svn revisions?

> on x86 tag, a C++ on x86_64 tag, a llvm-gcc on mips tag and so on.
> Though, in my version, I would have the cron job move forward their
> tag so that developers have a stable tag to select, if they just want
> say C on ppc.

So you're saying have one tag that keeps the same name and indicates the
highest validated revision?  That makes sense to me.

> The prerelease tag could be comprised of the mips tag, the x86 tag,
> the llvm x86 tag, ....


> One could even include things like the freebsd world build and boot
> and self vaildate tag.  Might take a few days to run, but, doing this
> to feed into a preleasse style tag might be nice.

llvm-gcc already does a bootstrap.  Is that what you mean?


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