[cfe-dev] Why clang needs to fork into itself?

Yury Gribov y.gribov at samsung.com
Wed Jan 29 02:59:10 PST 2014

> Non-reproducible crash makes no sense.
> If compiler is invoked by user or IDE,
> it's generally easy to re-run,
> make sure it crashes again, and copy invocation command line.

I have seen rather convoluted codebases where the actual invocation line 
is hidden in a complex bash script called by make, called by another 
bash script, etc. It's not necessarily good but things like this are 

Having an fast, easy reliable way to get full repro is invaluable in 
such cases.


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