[llvm-dev] ELLCC 0.1.33 is now available.

Richard Pennington via llvm-dev llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Sun Oct 9 19:58:17 PDT 2016

A new binary release of the ELLCC cross compilation tool chain is available.
ELLCC is a pre-packaged set of tools designed to support cross compilation
for a variety of target processors.

This release includes pre-built binaries for 64 bit ARM Linux and
supports the -coverage option to do code coverage. You can see an example
of coverage output at http://ellcc.org/coverage

ELLCC includes:
* ecc (a clang/ELLCC based C/C++ compiler)
* binutils
* QEMU (on x86_64 Linux hosts)

The ELLCC run-time libraries are supplied pre-built for all targets and
are all covered with BSD-like licenses:
* libc++        The C++ standard library
* musl          The POSIX compliant C library
* compiler-rt   Low level compiler support
* expat         XML parsing
* libedit       Command history
* ncurses       Terminal handling
* zlib          Compression
* curl          ULR syntax data transfer
* libevent      Event notification
* mbed TLS      TLS
* c-ares        Asynchronous DNS
* libssh2       Client side SSH2
* libmetalink   Metalink support
* openldap      Lightweight directory access protocol
* nanomsg       Several common communication patterns

ELLCC is entirely self hosting.

 From the ChangeLog:

version 0.1.33:

* Update to GDB 7.12,
* Update to LLVM r283663.
* Added 64 bit ARM hosts to the pre-built binaries.
* Fixed libedit configuration rules.
* Update the c-ares library to version 1.12.0.
* Update the nghttp2 library to version 1.15.0.
* Update the curl library to version 7.50.3.
* Update to LLVM r282329.
* Update to libedit-20160903-3.1.
* Update to QEMU 2.7.0.
* Update the nghttp2 library to version 1.14.0.

* Enhanced llvm-cov HTML output.
* Enable code coverage with the -coverage option.

Binary tarballs are available from http://ellcc.org/blog/?page_id=20295

The tool chain can build programs for ARM, MIPS, PowerPC, and x86 Linux and
stand-alone targets and x86 Windows systems.

Pre-built binaries are available for ARM, MIPS, and x86 Linux host systems
as well as x86_64 Windows and Mac OS X hosts.

All host systems can build programs for all the supported targets.

Available targets are listed here: http://ellcc.org/blog/?page_id=313


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