[lldb-dev] clang expression parser question

Todd Fiala todd.fiala at gmail.com
Thu Jun 26 11:20:46 PDT 2014

Hey guys,

Zachary has this patch (http://reviews.llvm.org/D4282) that removes the
trimming of the 4th component of the triple when setting the compiler
triple for an expression evaluation when the target exists and has a valid

This fixes an issue for him.  I tested it on Linux x86_64 running a Linux
x86_64 target while at a breakpoint.  I also did the same test for MacOSX
lldb running against a MacOSX x86_64 exe.  In both cases, a "(lldb) expr
5*3" worked and produced expected results.

Are there any triple cases where the trimming of the 4th element is
mandatory for the expression execution to work?  I thought you might have a
simulator/device where this is necessary to do.  If so, we can
conditionalize when we trim.  The patch as is just removes the trimming

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