[cfe-dev] clang C++ volunteer

Justin Handville uniheliodem at gmail.com
Thu Sep 6 10:11:06 PDT 2007

STLPort would be a quick solution to adding STL functionality to
clang.  Obviously, this is a long way off.

  * (mostly) complete implementation of ISO/IEC 14882 2003.
  * thoroughly tested.

  * lots of macro cruft for working with non-standard compilers and
other implementations of STL.
  * May need to be updated to properly detect clang.

As far as I know, STLPort would be the best library to use in this
case, unless we wanted to go through the long process of rolling our

On 9/6/07, Max Khon <fjoe at samodelkin.net> wrote:
> Hi!
> On Wed, Sep 05, 2007 at 11:08:11PM -0400, Justin Handville wrote:
> > I understand that you are currently looking for developers to assist with
> > clang, specifically for the C++ front-end and for code generation tasks.
> >
> > I am willing to toss my hat in.  I have some experience with compiler
> > development, mainly in the area of source-to-source compilers.  What are the
> > current low-hanging fruit?  There wouldn't by chance be a developer FAQ yet?
> >
> > While it is still very early for a definitive answer to this question, what
> > is planned for the STL implementation for clang?  This would be a rich
> > source of test cases for the C++ front end.
> Are there alternatives to STLport?
> /fjoe

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