[llvm-dev] [3.8 Release] RC2 has been tagged
Daniel Sanders via llvm-dev
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Fri Feb 5 02:50:09 PST 2016
Here's the status for my builds so far.
clang+llvm-3.8.0-rc2-x86_64-linux-gnu-debian8.tar.xz (sha1sum: 2b546efa5bab19d6711771ef31711d07b4a3f23f)
Cross compiling to various MIPS targets:
16 out of 23 configs passed
1 out of the remaining 7 failed a small number of tests with a timeout. I expect these will pass when I re-run them.
Remaining 6 configs still running...
clang+llvm-3.8.0-rc2-mips-linux-gnu.tar.xz (sha1sum: b46221e1bb54255e9e060f06bb72bb2ba630ff15)
Failed to run check-all due to tsan'd libc++ build failing
PR26278 - My fix for this was committed just after the rc2 tag so in order to get some check-all results, I applied those four patches (r25966) and re-ran check-all.
PR26369 - Several failures related to the lack of -latomic which is needed for 64-bit atomics.
PR26476 - One new failure in libc++ (I probably just missed it amongst the others). Apparently std::regex_traits says that '-' doesn't belong to the 'w' class but only on big-endian.
check-all appears to hang at 99%. I'll look into this.
LNT (using the clean rc2)
1 of 3 passed successfully, the other two are still running
clang+llvm-3.8.0-rc2-mipsel-linux-gnu.tar.xz (sha1sum: 9f89cccfdb5cf6a27138b84a631003c4a04f456d)
Build almost ok. I only have failures related to PR26369.
LNT just started.
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> Subject: [lldb-dev] [3.8 Release] RC2 has been tagged
> Dear testers,
> Release Candidate 2 has just been tagged . Please build, test, and
> upload to the sftp.
> I know there are still outstanding issues from RC1, but there have
> been a lot of merges going into the branch and I think it's time for
> another round of RC testing.
> This RC comes a little behind schedule, sorry about that, but I'm
> still optimistic about hitting the target of releasing towards the end
> of February.
> Thanks for all the work you've put into this release so far!
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