[LLVMdev] Clang now included in Android NDK r8c
andrewhsieh at google.com
Wed Nov 14 09:20:16 PST 2012
Kudos to llvm community for delivering such great compiler infrastructure!
On Wed, Nov 14, 2012 at 7:19 AM, David Turner <digit at android.com> wrote:
> cc +andrewhsieh +loganchien
> On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 11:21 PM, Joe Abbey <jabbey at arxan.com> wrote:
>> Hats off to the Android NDK team!
> Thanks for including me here, but I'd like to clarify that this is all
> from the really hard work of Andrew Hsieh and Logan Chien, and a few other
> Android engineers.
> (I'm actually not working on Android anymore, Andrew and Logan have taken
> over the NDK a year ago, and as you can see, they've been *very*productive :-))
> Congrats to them then !
> - David
>> Important changes:
>> - Added the Clang 3.1 compiler to the NDK. The GNU Compiler
>> Collection (GCC) 4.6 is still the default, so you must explicitly enable
>> the Clang compiler option as follows:
>> - For ndk-build, export NDK_TOOLCHAIN_VERSION=clang3.1 *or* add
>> this environment variable setting toApplication.mk.
>> - For standalone builds, add --llvm-version=3.1 to
>> make-standalone-toolchain.sh and replace CC andCXX in your
>> makefile with <tool-path>/bin/clang and <tool-path>/bin/clang++.
>> See STANDALONE-TOOLCHAIN.html for details.*
>> Note:* This feature is experimental. Please try it and report any
>> issues <http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/list>.
>> *Joe Abbey*
>> Director of Software Development
>> Arxan Technologies
>> jabbey at arxan.com www.arxan.com
>> Protecting the App Economy™
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