FreeBSD 13.0 uses now llvm-11.0.1.
In /usr/ports/Mk/bsd.default-versions.mk is defined
#Possible values: 70, 80, 90, 10, 11, -devel (to be used when non-base compiler is required)
LLVM_DEFAULT?=90That's the version llvm-9.0..
So installing from the ports, where some ports LLVM needed, will...
Before you are gone "attack" me I'm gone tell you something: I'm a FreeBSD user since 5.2 and I love it; also FreeBSD is my main OS despite the fact that I also run several GNU/Linux instances on other machines, but having multiple version of the same software is unproductive. For eg. right now...
I use iRedMail to run a personal domain.
iRedMail on FreeBSD compiles all the necessary packages from Ports. LLVM is a dependency for Postgres, amongst others.
The full installation of LLVM is not required in the context above. Things like cross-compile, debugger are not used...
After running my normal updates for this month, I see llvm80 is building inside of poudriere. In the past, I disabled llvm from building and it has not built for some time. I do not remember what I did years ago to stop it from building. Could someone point me in the right direction to determine...
I am trying to build qemu-devel from source so I go:
/usr/ports/emulator/qemu-devel/ # make config-recursive && make -DBATCH install clean
it goes on until it fails here:
===> llvm80-8.0.1_3 needs Python 3.6 at least, but 2.7 was specified.
*** Error code 1
make: stopped in...
I have a machine now running 11.3-RELEASE that's been upgraded several times starting with the 10.x tree. Somewhere along the line, I've picked up both llvm60 and llvm80. I notice today that there are simultaneous updates for both, and my first thought is "surely this isn't necessary!"
How can I force FreeBSD 10.4 to use a newer LLVM version like 4.0 to compile cc libs?
I installed LLVM4.0 via ports
and I change my /etc/make.conf :
If if run clang --version it shows 3.4 the default one is used...
How can I setup my LLVM version...
About the status of LLVM utilities, and elfutils on FreeBSD (future 11.2) stable version.
Were there any leaps of a BSD toolchain on replacing binutils on stable (future 11.2) compared to on FreeBSD 11.1? Is there anything working that hasn't been represented in...
I created a new jail via ezjail-admin, and attempted to build devel/llvm50 with the command below
make -DBATCH WITH_DEBUG=yes install clean
I left my laptop running all night and in the morning I saw the build failed at some stage.
My base system (host that the jail is running on) is...
Is it possible to buildworld without Clang or GCC, so a newer llvm or Clang can be installed as a package? I tried this, and now I'm stuck with a system that can't compile anything, from the package compilers.
This topic seems to belong in "Installing and Upgrading FreeBSD..." but its about...
I'm in the process of testing the drm-next-4.7 branch from the FreeBSDDesktop github repository on several computers. As I want to avoid building world on every machine, I decided to set up a dedicated build machine running FreeBSD 11.0-STABLE. The plan was to build world, kernel and some...
I wonder how I can upgrade the Clang/llvm that is ported with FreeBSD.
I know i can get the newest version from ports but how can I make the ports version the default clang for the system.
I am looking at porting over llvmlite, and numba for python. It builds just fine with the documentation provided, however it is required to pass LLVM_CONFIG:
LLVM_CONFIG=/usr/local/bin/llvm-config37 python setup.py
Which works fine as an install for myself. However as a port, I wasn't...
Julia is a scientific programming language modeled after a few other languages that draws their advantages together for simplicity. It uses LLVM, and it has an MIT license.
While installing xorg from ports on FreeBSD 10.2 it builds lang/clang36 and devel/llvm36 tools among others as dependencies. Although I have both CLANG and LLVM (3.4.1) on base, Xorg still requires to have duplicates. Is it possible to avoid building CLANG and LLVM and use those from base...
Apple's Swift programming language has been open-sourced.
Opps! Apple's big news was accidentally leaked hours early, and no one was ready for the response - Business Insider
Apple's GitHub repository
Ars Technica Article...
LLVM to get Fortran compiler that targets parallel GPUs in clusters: Nvidia and US National Labs will open source the results http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2015/11/llvm-to-get-fortran-compiler-that-targets-parallel-gpus-in-clusters/
* Edited to add...