[Aboriginal] bootstrapping llvm

Alain Toussaint alain.toussaint at securivm.ca
Fri Oct 4 20:19:34 PDT 2013

> On 09/25/2013 02:45:03 PM, Alain Toussaint wrote:
>> At the moment, I have built llvm 3.3 under gentoo with all the targets enabled
>> but tonight when I get back home, I'll try to build a cross-compiler in my homedir.
> I note my record-command.sh and report-recorded-commands.sh scripts (see the FAQ) are useful work working out build prerequisites. They're available in the build on the host, and get installed into the system images as a command line wrapper.
> Rob

Ok, I'll look into their sources. For the moment, I've been looking at building llvm with musl using this page: http://wiki.musl-libc.org/wiki/BuildingLLVM

I don't know yet if I'll follow the howto to the letter or adapt it to use a llvm userland (the instruction refer to a libgcc & libstdc++ build and I actually want to build with their clang/llvm counterpart) but I will decide later next week.

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