[LLVMbugs] [Bug 689] llvm-g++ produces non-working output

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Tue Jun 20 07:22:02 PDT 2006


hp48gx at gmail.com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
             Status|RESOLVED                    |REOPENED
         Resolution|WORKSFORME                  |

------- Additional Comments From hp48gx at gmail.com  2006-06-20 09:22 -------

the bug reappeared with llvm 1.7, and it's much worse: 

I'm working on a powerbook g4, with 10.4.6
I use the binary version of llvm-gcc v3.4 from the download section on the website.
I configure llvm with "--enable-optimized --enable-jit"

llvm compiles fine, but now BOTH llvm-gcc and llvm-g++ produce an identical bytecode (and 
segmentation fault...)

if I use llvm-gcc4 (powerpc) binaries I get a bizarre result: first, in the archive, the executables don't 
have the llvm- prefix. If I rename them and compile llvm as above, when I compile something I don't 
get bytecode, but a native executable, which however does not run (it says: invalid CPU...)

please, tell me what's happening (hint: please, provide a BINARY setup...)

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