[LLVMdev] cross llvm
mrs at apple.com
Fri Apr 10 13:07:35 PDT 2009
On Apr 10, 2009, at 12:04 PM, Greg McGary wrote:
> How do I use clang as a cross compiler?
In clang-cc speak, it is:
$ clang-cc --help | grep trip
-triple=<string> - Specify target triple (e.g.
> I don't see a configure step for specifying a target arch/cpu when
> building clang, yet I also don't see options to specify a target
Around here, we use options like -arch ppc to do this. They modify
the cpu, but no so much the OS or vendor parts of the triple. The
problem is that gcc doesn't do it quite like this.
-V version -b machine
are the usual options that come the closest to doing this. You can
ask on the clang list and see if Daniel has a preferred method yet for
doing this, but I'm thinking it was still just a fixme. -barm-linux
or some such might be the way forward. See HostInfo.cpp, if you want
to roll your own target with -arch.
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