[Lldb-commits] [lldb] r182160 - Added a few linux build configure/make examples.

Greg Clayton gclayton at apple.com
Fri May 17 14:06:45 PDT 2013

Author: gclayton
Date: Fri May 17 16:06:45 2013
New Revision: 182160

URL: http://llvm.org/viewvc/llvm-project?rev=182160&view=rev
Added a few linux build configure/make examples.


Modified: lldb/trunk/www/build.html
URL: http://llvm.org/viewvc/llvm-project/lldb/trunk/www/build.html?rev=182160&r1=182159&r2=182160&view=diff
--- lldb/trunk/www/build.html (original)
+++ lldb/trunk/www/build.html Fri May 17 16:06:45 2013
@@ -131,14 +131,14 @@
                    ninja on your system. To build using ninja:
-                  <br>> cmake -C .. -G Ninja
+                  > cmake -C .. -G Ninja
                   <br>> ninja lldb
                   <br>> ninja check-lldb
                 <h3>Using CMake + Unix Makefiles</h3>
                 <p>If you do not have Ninja, you can still use CMake to generate Unix Makefiles that build LLDB:</p>
-                  <br>> cmake -C ..
+                  > cmake -C ..
                   <br>> make
                   <br>> make check-lldb
@@ -146,12 +146,21 @@
                 <p>If you do not have CMake, it is still possible to build LLDB using the autoconf build system. If you are using
                    Clang or GCC 4.7+, run:</p>
-                  <br>> $llvm/configure --enable-cxx11
+                  > $llvm/configure --enable-cxx11
                   <br>> make </code>
                 <p>Or, if you are using a version of GCC that does not support the <tt>-std=c++11</tt> option:</p>
-                  <br>> $llvm/configure
+                  > $llvm/configure
                   <br>> make CXXFLAGS=-std=c++0x</code>
+                <p>If you are building with a GCC that isn't the default gcc/g++, like gcc-4.7/g++-4.7</p>
+                <code>
+                  > $llvm/configure --enable-cxx11 CC=gcc-4.7 CXX=g++-4.7
+                  <br>> make CC=gcc-4.7 CXX=g++-4.7</code>
+                <p>If you are running in a system that doesn't have a lot of RAM (less than 4GB), you might want to disable
+                    debug symbols by specifying DEBUG_SYMBOLS=0 when running make. You will know if you need to enable this
+                    because you will fail to link clang (the linker will get a SIGKILL and exit with status 9).</p>
+                <code>
+                    > make DEBUG_SYMBOLS=0</code>
                 <p> To run the LLDB test suite, run:</p>
                   <br>> make -C tools/lldb/test</code>

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