[cfe-commits] [cfe-dev] Switching http://llvm.org/demo to clang or providing a separate clang demo

David Blaikie dblaikie at gmail.com
Fri Sep 2 00:34:56 PDT 2011

>>>> With that in mind, then, here's a modified version of Bjarke's patch that only
>>>> provides 4 targets (x86, x86-64, llvm bitcode, llvm C++ api). I also stripped
>>>> out Bjarke's work to support multiple front ends (llvm-gcc and clang) - I
>>>> thought about preserving it or switching it to dragonegg, but I'm not sure
>>>> that's worthwhile or in the domain of the llvm demo page.
>>>> & I stripped out some old file types/extensions that clang doesn't support
>>>> (Java, Fortran) while I was here.

While we can add in the multi-frontend support again later, it's
probably worth reviewing/committing what I've already sent out as it
stands (in case that wasn't already clear).

>>> I would quite like to have a dragonegg demo page, for compiling Ada, Fortran,
>>> Go (yes, really) and Java as well as C and C++.  This could be an independent
>>> demo page, or it could be incorporated into the usual demo page.  In any case
>>> it would mean running gcc-4.6 + dragonegg on the demo machine - I don't know
>>> if Chris and Tanya would be happy with that.
>> I'm not opposed to that, but we'd need someone to set it up on llvm.org.

Who's got (or can get) the necessary access to llvm.org to tinker with
this sort of thing?

- David

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