lattner at apple.com
Tue Jun 5 17:52:09 PDT 2012
llvm-tv is no longer being maintained, so it is not expected to work with LLVM 3.0 or really anything recent. Its been dead for years now.
On Jun 5, 2012, at 5:45 PM, AbhishekR wrote:
> Thanks John. I verified that and poolalloc builds with LLVM 3.0. I used clang for compiling wxWidgets, LLVM 3.0 and poolalloc.
> But llvm-tv build still gives build error. I take it that llvm-tv is still incompatible with these versions of poolalloc and LLVM 3.0. I think the code is manageable - couple of files in lib,include and some 30 odd small files in tools directory. I'll have a look at the code to sort out the build errors.
> Have you tried compiling/using llvm-tv with these versions of poolalloc and LLVM-3.0?
> Here is the llvm-tv build error -
> /home/arhishee/work/llvm-tv/llvm-tv/lib/Snapshot/FileUtils.cpp:32:5: error: use of undeclared identifier 'perror'
> /home/arhishee/work/llvm-tv/llvm-tv/lib/Snapshot/FileUtils.cpp:50:5: error: use of undeclared identifier 'perror'
> On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 8:23 AM, John Criswell <criswell at illinois.edu> wrote:
> On 6/1/12 7:33 PM, AbhishekR wrote:
>> I am trying to compile llvm-tv as per the instructions from the link - http://llvm.org/svn/llvm-project/television/trunk/README.txt
>> The poolalloc doesn't seem to be in synch with the llvm svn version mentioned (78786). It is giving lot of errors during compilation. I fixed a few of them by bringing in functions/header files etc. wherever required from the mainline llvm. But this exercise seems to be overwhelming.
> I'm not sure if you care about poolalloc, but mainline poolalloc currently compiles with LLVM 3.0 (which can be found in the release_30 branch of the LLVM sources).
> -- John T.
>> Is there a working version of llvm-tv that I can use with LLVM 3.1?
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