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    Default LLVM Pushing Out Daily Compilers For Ubuntu

    Phoronix: LLVM Pushing Out Daily Compilers For Ubuntu

    The LLVM project will be releasing daily Debian/Ubuntu package snapshots of its compiler for those interested in testing out the very latest code...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTM0MjY

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    Great, the Clang/LLVM in the ubuntu repo is out of date and not even compatible with vim's clang-complete AFAIK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peppercats View Post
    Great, the Clang/LLVM in the ubuntu repo is out of date and not even compatible with vim's clang-complete AFAIK.
    It's a disaster in Debian. More specifically, being forced to installed a hodge-podge of GCC 4.8 and GCC 4.7 Experimental makes absolutely no sense as I'm self-hosting on Debian Linux after first building trunk against GCC 4.7.2-5 Debian and since haven't wasted my time looking at GCC. Being as Compiler-RT, Libc++ and LLDB all now build it's finally reaching the point where I could care less about GNU GCC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Driftmeyer View Post
    finally reaching the point where I could care less about GNU GCC.
    couldn't*

    (Sorry, major pet peeve of mine >.>)

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    Any idea if they enabled the r600 backend? because if they did, it's going to be pretty convenient for building mesa from git.
    I'm almost ready to try that on my sid install...

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