[LLVMdev] Compile llvm-gcc fortran backend using mingw
pavel at holoborodko.com
Mon Oct 17 19:51:49 PDT 2011
Thank you Takumi for your efforts.
On Tue, Oct 18, 2011 at 10:26 AM, NAKAMURA Takumi <geek4civic at gmail.com>wrote:
> 2011/10/18 Albert Graef <Dr.Graef at t-online.de>:
> > On 10/17/2011 04:44 PM, Duncan Sands wrote:
> >> PS: A more convincing (IMO) argument against dragonegg is that it
> >> work on windows. That's because the gcc plugin architecture doesn't
> >> on windows. Takumi has been thinking about this and has been enable to
> >> get dragonegg to work on windows anyway using some clever tricks.
> > Interesting, thanks for the information. Is that already available
> > somewhere, or are there any plans to release it along with LLVM 3.0?
> > I don't use Windows much myself, but some Pure users and many of my
> > students do. Pure relies on LLVM-capable compilers for its C/C++/Fortran
> > inlining capabilities, so being able to just point Windows users to a
> > binary llvm-gcc package to make that work is very convenient. Of course
> > we can stick to the latest llvm-gcc 4.2 on Windows for a while, but if
> > there's a dragonegg version that works there then I'd certainly like to
> > give that a whirl some time.
> Not yet. I have to do;
> 1) Submit my patches to upstream gcc.
> 2) Let patches applied by distributors (mingw, tdm, and cygwin)
> X) Then, I could apply my tweaks :D
> GCC is required;
> 1) cc1*.exe should export (dllexport) available symbols.
> 2) People could use the distro "--enable-plugins and
> With my experiments, dragonegg can run on cygwin.
> Cygwin has its dlopen and dlsym.
> For mingw, I have to implement their emulator. (It would not be hard)
> Seek llvmdev with "dragonegg cygwin Takumi" ;)
> Unfortunately, I have little time to work on. Please be patient.
> Thank you, ...Takumi
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