[LLVMdev] Possibly using a broken version of GCC to build LLVM (file won't finish compiling).

Rajika Kumarasiri rajika at wso2.com
Sat Feb 20 22:22:50 PST 2010

There is a doc on the document page which describe the list of broken GCCs.
You'll need to check it once the docs are online.


On Sun, Feb 21, 2010 at 11:33 AM, Puyan Lotfi <puyan at gatech.edu> wrote:

> Hi
> Does there exist a list of relative compile times for source files in LLVM?
> I am doing a build for ARM on an actual ARM device, and
> CodeGenDAGPatterns.cpp is taking a really long time to compile (it's been
> like 20 minutes or more).
> I don't even get an error. All the files before it compile pretty quickly
> but this file in particular just won't finish.
> The version of gcc I have on my Nokia N800 (that I got from the Maemo SDK
> repository) is:
> gcc (GCC) 3.4.4 (release) (CodeSourcery ARM 2005q3-2)
> I'm kind of worried it may be a broken version as far as compiling for LLVM
> goes, but a lot of the docs and things on the LLVM website seem to be down
> this weekend.
> Anyways, if anyone has similar experience let me know. I dug around for
> some past mails on this list regarding building LLVM for this device, and
> all I found was something from LLVM-2.2 days.
> Thanks
> Puyan
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