[llvm-dev] compiler-rt: inconsistant build of i386 support on x86_64
Brooks Davis via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Wed May 11 21:14:41 PDT 2016
I ended up hacking the CMakeFiles to never check for -m32 support on
x86_64 which allowed me to produce a consistent set of files across our
supported systems. I concluded that there was no way I could enumerate
all the ways -m32 might be broken and thus decide to add the i386 files
to the packing list so it was best to just never try to build them.
I'd much prefer a system where you asked for a target and either cmake
determined it could build it or failed. It sounds like that's the
direction you're heading.
On Tue, May 03, 2016 at 08:44:05AM -0700, Chris Bieneman wrote:
> Hi Brooks,
> Sorry for the delayed response.
> There actually isn???t a single flag that controls target architectures, it is driven by a sequence of compiler checks. When you configure compiler-rt and the i386 architecture doesn???t get configured, you???ll likely have some errors logged in the CMakeError.log file.
> I???m working on some significant re-working of the compiler-rt build system which will (among other things) make it more explicit what target you???re building for. Hopefully this will get better in the near future.
> Which compiler-rt libraries are you expecting for each architecture?
> > On Apr 27, 2016, at 1:27 AM, Brooks Davis via llvm-dev <llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
> > I'm the maintainer of FreeBSD's llvm packages and I'm running into
> > trouble building compiler-rt in a consistent way. In particular,
> > when building on FreeBSD amd64, the x86_64 libraries always build (as
> > expected), but depending on something about the build environment, i386
> > libraries are sometimes built. My knowledge of CMakeFiles has proved
> > insufficient to either figure out why this might happen or disable this
> > behavior.
> > What cmake flag(s) control the targets that are supported?
> > Thanks,
> > Brooks
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