[llvm-dev] [LLVM/Clang v3.8.1] Missing Git branches/tags and source-tarballs?
Sedat Dilek via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Sun Jun 26 01:45:08 PDT 2016
Hi Tom, Hi Anton,
the first I had in mind was...
"Another (LLVM/CLang) realease - a new drama!"
( See Byron Katie "The work". )
I know SVN is your 1st development platform.
Personally, I prefer Git and use the LLVM/Clang mirrors on GitHub.
Unfortunately, I am missing a "release_381" branch at all on the
I looked through the llvm-commits  and I only see two emails with
"Creating release candidate final from release_381 branch"
[test-suite] r273407 - Creating release candidate final from
release_381 branch Tom Stellard via llvm-commits
[lld] r273414 - Creating release candidate final from release_381
branch Tom Stellard via llvm-commits
So, how should I know which is the corresponding SVN-commit-id for
tagging myself in my local [llvm | clang | compiler-rt]
Which files have to be changed to get a correct version-string when
invoking "clang -v" or 'clang --version" (here: "3.8.1")?
( I had that problem with "3.8.0rc3" in my local Git repos, I got
displayed "3.8.0" as a version-string )
Do you have source-tarballs released?
If yes, can you point me to a URL?
Thanks in advance for answering my questions.
- Sedat -
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