[LLVMdev] Go Programming & LLVM/Clang
annulen at yandex.ru
Thu Sep 27 03:40:53 PDT 2012
27.09.2012, 14:05, "Georg Curnutt" <wildegeist at gmail.com>:
> I am learning to program with the Go language.
> I have been following things and I am banking on FreeBSD being a more common OS around the world by V10.0 even on ARM!
> Most everything I have on my slate is geared towards future FreeBSD. They are gearing to run LLVM/Clang as soon as possible.
> I am interested in what one of you who know what's up, would suggest to a guy learning programming with intentions of using llvm over their standard gcc in Go. Is this nuts? Or should I learn it orthodox style and hack it later?
> I want to build a clock of my own invention, as my first project. Its the way I am going to do "time" itself will kinda throw me away from "normal" anyway; so I am kinda hoping a thumbs up for starting off unorthodox is the reply.
> Thank you for your time.
You can try to use DragonEgg (LLVM plugin for GCC).
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