[cfe-dev] Building Clang+CXX+CXXABI Standalone For Linux

Eric Fiselier eric at efcs.ca
Wed May 13 13:58:19 PDT 2015

Once you have a clang/libc++/libc++abi installed on linux you can
configure the LLVM CMake build with the following options:


This will configure the build to use the installed libc++ and
libc++abi instead of libstdc++.


On Wed, May 13, 2015 at 4:11 PM, John Leidel (jleidel)
<jleidel at micron.com> wrote:
> All, I’ve been through the various Clang/libcxx/libcxxabi pages (as well as many found via mailing list archives).  Does anyone have a good consolidated workflow for building a clang+llvm+libcxx+libcxxabi tree that is completely standalone from GNU libstdc++ on Linux?  I have a simple patch that forces the default standard library to libcxx (without requiring it on the command line), but it attempts to pull the default system headers for C++ from GNU.
> — John D. Leidel
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