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  • Quick Start Guide - LLVMLinux
    flex Debian Ubuntu sudo apt get install build essential cmake git git svn kpartx libglib2 0 dev patch quilt rsync subversion zlib1g dev flex libfdt1 libfdt dev libpixman 1 0 libpixman 1 dev If you are building this on a x86 64 machine you may have to install the i386 libraries for the cross compiler sudo apt get install libc6 i386 libncurses5 i386 Additionally if you want to build the LTP image from scratch on a Debian Ubuntu system sudo apt get install linaro image tools RHEL Fedora sudo yum install cmake gcc git kpartx patch quilt rsync subversion zlib devel gcc c git svn SUSE openSUSE sudo zypper install cmake gcc git kpartx patch quilt rsync subversion zlib devel glibc 32bit Arch Linux For Arch Linux i686 and x86 64 systems the easiest way is to use AUR building kernel with native package repository LLVM and clang https aur archlinux org packages llvmlinux git checking out and building both kernel and toolchain https aur archlinux org packages llvmlinux git git This should handle dependencies and patching automatically with minimal manual intervention while still giving the option to easily make custom configurations By default the standard Arch Linux config and patches are applied It his highly recommended to NOT use an AUR helper like packer or yaourt but to download the PKGBUILD and associated files and run makepkg s in a dedicated directory This package downloads a lot of source code and it would be a waste to have to repeat it every time the package is built Building the Code The code is built for one of several targets which are found in the targets directory cd llvmlinux ls targets beaglebone galaxys3 i586 malta msm nexus7 rpi vexpress x86 64 For the remainder of this howto we will arbitrarily

    Original URL path: http://llvm.linuxfoundation.org/index.php/Quick_Start_Guide (2016-02-01)
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  • MIPS - LLVMLinux
    endian make kernel build test Retrieved from http llvm linuxfoundation org index php title MIPS oldid 1144 Navigation Main page Recent changes Random page Help Developers See it work Checker Get the Code Testing Roadmap Bug List BuildBot G Community Mailing List Mailing List Archives IRC Logs FAQ Project stats Links Linux Kernel LLVM Clang Checker Wandbox QEMU Linux Test Project The Linux Foundation Tools What links here Related changes

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  • Broken kernel options - LLVMLinux
    boot compressed aslr c 97 6 error ambiguous instructions require an explicit suffix could be mulb mulw mull or mulq asm mul 3 inline asm 1 2 note instantiated into assembly here mul LCPI0 0 rip 3 warnings and 1 error generated For booting the kernel 10 2014 aes ctrby8 avx x86 64 c AS arch x86 crypto aes ctrby8 avx x86 64 o arch x86 crypto aes ctrby8 avx x86 64 S Assembler messages arch x86 crypto aes ctrby8 avx x86 64 S 518 Error bad expression arch x86 crypto aes ctrby8 avx x86 64 S 518 Error junk at end of line first unrecognized character is x https www mail archive com linux crypto vger kernel org msg11049 html Workaround CONFIG CRYPTO AES NI INTEL diff git a arch x86 crypto Makefile b arch x86 crypto Makefile index d551165 dc01a92 100644 a arch x86 crypto Makefile b arch x86 crypto Makefile 78 7 78 8 ifeq avx2 supported yes endif aesni intel y aesni intel asm o aesni intel glue o fpu o aesni intel CONFIG 64BIT aesni intel avx x86 64 o aes ctrby8 avx x86 64 o aesni intel CONFIG 64BIT aesni intel avx x86 64 o aes ctrby8 avx x86 64 o CONFIG XEN CONFIG XEN n VLAIS CC arch x86 xen mmu o arch x86 xen mmu c 1343 18 error fields must have a constant size variable length array in structure extension will never be supported DECLARE BITMAP mask num processors include linux types h 10 16 note expanded from macro DECLARE BITMAP unsigned long name BITS TO LONGS bits 1 error generated STAGING RTLLIB RTLLIB COMPILATION BROKEN MODULES SIG CONFIG INTEGRITY SIGNATURE MPILIB COMPILATION BROKEN patch pending MODULES SIG n CONFIG INTEGRITY SIGNATURE n CONFIG ASYMMETRIC KEY TYPE n LD lib mpi mpi o lib mpi generic mpih mul1 o In function mpihelp add 1 home dl9pf llvmlinux targets x86 64 src linux lib mpi mpi inline h 45 multiple definition of mpihelp add 1 lib mpi generic mpih lshift o home dl9pf llvmlinux targets x86 64 src linux lib mpi mpi inline h 45 first defined here lib mpi generic mpih mul1 o In function mpihelp add home dl9pf llvmlinux targets x86 64 src linux lib mpi mpi inline h 67 multiple definition of mpihelp add lib mpi generic mpih lshift o home dl9pf llvmlinux targets x86 64 src linux lib mpi mpi inline h 67 first defined here lib mpi generic mpih mul1 o In function mpihelp sub 1 home dl9pf llvmlinux targets x86 64 src linux lib mpi mpi inline h 85 multiple definition of mpihelp sub 1 CONFIG GCOV KERNEL We cannot fix as gcda is part of the external compiler library compiler rt and we don t want to build link with it CONFIG GCOV KERNEL n symbols are part of compiler rt which we do not use drivers built in o In function llvm gcov writeout home dl9pf llvmlinux targets x86 64 src linux drivers gpu

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  • FAQ - LLVMLinux
    idea is to not diverge from the HEAD of the LLVM Clang repos nor mainline of the Linux kernel repo The goal is to upstream patches to LLVM Clang and to the Linux kernel which means all patches need to be continually rebased to the HEAD of each repo Changes to each code base are maintained as a series of patches which are automatically applied on top of each of the respective repos by automated scripts run by the build system Amongst other things there are currently a number of python scripts which automatically remove hunks from patches which have already been applied upstream to minimize breakage during the Continuous Integration builds performed by buildbot The project build bot rebuilds each of LLVM Clang the Linux kernel and llvm setup everytime anyone makes a commit in the respective code repository The hope is to catch any breakages in patches as soon as possible More builds configurations and test cases will be added to buildbot as they are ready and made available Submit your patches test cases and build requests to the mailing list Retrieved from http llvm linuxfoundation org index php title FAQ oldid 1071 Navigation Main page Recent changes

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  • LLVMLinux
    build the kernel Current Patch Statistics 2015 01 28 Number of patches 41 all 21 submitted 9 acked 3 accepted 2 aarch64 3 submitted 0 acked 0 accepted 0 arm 7 submitted 3 acked 1 accepted 0 mips 6 submitted 0 acked 0 accepted 0 x86 4 submitted 0 acked 0 accepted 0 totals 41 submitted 12 acked 4 accepted 2 completed or obsoleted 129 Headline text News 2014 04 07 Jan Simon Möller will be giving a talk during EuroLLVM in Edinburgh See the programme page 2014 02 02 A patchset for the stable kernel will be available for kernel v3 13 soon 2014 02 01 Jan Simon will be giving talks during FOSDEM Join us in the LLVM devroom 2013 09 18 Behan and Mark will be leading the LLVM microConference at Linux Plumbers Conference 2013 02 20 Behan Webster will be presenting a talk at Embedded Linux Conference LLVMLinux Compiling the Linux Kernel with LLVM slides Video 2013 02 18 Behan Webster will be presenting a talk at Android Builders Summit LLVMLinux Compiling Android with LLVM slides 2013 02 02 Jan Simon Möller will be presenting a lightning talk at FOSDEM The Linux Kernel with Dragon Wings 2012 08 16 Bryce Adelstein Lelbach will be giving a talk on LLVM compiled Linux for the Real World at LinuxCon NA 2012 08 16 An LLVM micro conference has been added to this year s Linux Plumbers Conference Mark Charlebois and Behan Webster will talking about LLVM Toolchain Update and State of Building Linux with LLVM and Jan Simon Moeller will be talking about LLVM Clang x86 Kernel Build 2012 08 13 A LLVM microconference has been setup for this year s Linux Plumbers Conference Several project contributors will be giving talks during the microconference 2012 07 14 Demo of a clang built kernel running on an i7 laptop 2012 06 12 New targets x86 64 and i586 are now available beside the ARM targets msm and vexpress Why use Clang LLVM with the Linux Kernel Fast Compiles making you able to work faster LLVM Clang is a fast moving project with many things fixed quickly and features added LLVM is a family of tools used in many problem domains leading to one code base being able to build tools to work on just about anything you need one place to add features or fix bugs BSD License some people prefer this license to the GPL Built in static analyzer Great error reporting and Fix it hints LLVM technology can be embedded into many tools even yours Already in wide used in OSS projects and in industry Project Status BuildBot Status 0 resetup Success 10 msm Failed 11 msm caf Failed Building 13 malta Failed 1 llvmlinux Failed 2 llvm Failed 3 clang Failed 4 linux next Building 5 x86 mainline Failed 6 beaglebone Failed 7 vexpress Failed Building 9 vexpress64 Failed Project Roadmap Todos LLVM Todos 1 of 2 completed Clang Todos 1 of 2 completed Clang ARM

    Original URL path: http://llvm.linuxfoundation.org/index.php?title=Main_Page&oldid=1145 (2016-02-01)
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  • Recent changes - LLVMLinux
    February 2016 Namespace all Main Talk User User talk LLVMLinux LLVMLinux talk File File talk MediaWiki MediaWiki talk Template Template talk Help Help talk Category Category talk Invert selection Associated namespace No changes during the given period matching these criteria Retrieved from http llvm linuxfoundation org index php Special RecentChanges Navigation Main page Recent changes Random page Help Developers See it work Checker Get the Code Testing Roadmap Bug List

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  • Testing - LLVMLinux
    is based on LLVM as well Android Compatibility Test Suite Clang static analyzer based on LLVM Linux Kernel Space Verification Linux Driver Verification KEDR Framework LSB Testing Linux Test Project LTP Sparse Static Analyzer Retrieved from http llvm linuxfoundation org index php title Testing oldid 1003 Navigation Main page Recent changes Random page Help Developers See it work Checker Get the Code Testing Roadmap Bug List BuildBot G Community Mailing

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  • Pages that link to "Main Page" - LLVMLinux
    Compiling applications links View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http llvm linuxfoundation org index php Special WhatLinksHere Main Page Navigation Main page Recent changes Random page Help Developers See it work Checker Get the Code Testing Roadmap Bug List BuildBot G Community Mailing List Mailing List Archives IRC Logs FAQ Project stats Links Linux Kernel LLVM Clang Checker Wandbox QEMU Linux Test Project The

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