[llvm-dev] How is llvm-avr backound integration going?
Allen Lorenz via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Sat Feb 6 11:00:29 PST 2016
To those interested in AVR backend additions to LLVM, the LLVM review tools
"Phabricator" ( don't ask me to say that 3 times fast ), allows easy
searching. Go to http://reviews.llvm.org/ and type in AVR in the search
entry. This will give you a list of the commits, and resolutions. From my
understanding ( NO Expert ), a large part of the skeleton code has been
added. The leave the rest of the skeleton,and all the fleshy bits. Good
On Mon, Dec 21, 2015 at 3:28 AM, Dylan McKay <dylanmckay34 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Allen,
> Progress is slow but it is happening. It will take a number of more
> releases until it is ready.
> Currently the backend is marked as an 'experimental' target, which means
> the only way it can be used is by compiling LLVM from source and passing
> '-DLLVM_EXPERIMENTAL_TARGETS=AVR' to CMake.
> At the moment almost no AVR-specific code has been merged, including clang
> support, which should come after the backend is functional.
> How is the llvm-avr backend integration going ? Will it be functional (
> experimental ) in the 3.8 release ? Will Clang recognize options for avr ?
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