On 01 Dec 2014, at 18:54, Dmitry Marakasov <amd...@amdmi3.ru> wrote: > > * Dimitry Andric (d...@freebsd.org) wrote: > >>>> We're working on updating llvm, clang and lldb to 3.5.0 in head. >>>> This is quite a big update again, and any help with testing is >>>> appreciated. >>> >>> Well, of 4 error logs from exp-run I've checked (one my port and 3 >>> unmaintained ports) two had basically the same problem and it seems >>> to be libc++ related, so I ask: was new version of libc++ imported >>> along with clang/llvm? >> >> No, I really prefer to do this after the 3.5.0 import. This is already >> a very big import job, and I'd rather like to avoid importing too many >> different components at once. >> >> >>> Past experience show that libc++ should be >>> updated along with clang, as it may have bugs new clang versions >>> are not tolerable to. >> >> In this case, there is a fairly simple fix: >> http://llvm.org/viewvc/llvm-project?view=revision&revision=209785 >> >> I have pulled this into head in r275366, and also merged it to the >> clang350-import project branch in r275367. Please try again after that >> revision. It should be enough to just rebuild lib/libc++ and install >> it. > > Sorry, I haven't tested the branch myself, only seen exp-run results. > Would be nice to have another exp-run.
Yes, but we first need to fix another issue, which is more important: several of the lang/gcc ports don't work properly, e.g. bootstrap stage comparison fails. There is also something fishy going on with gcc in base, which may or may not be related: building the devel/binutils ports with it causes cc1plus to segfault while compiling gold's archive.cc. I am still searching for the root cause; any help in this area would be greatly appreciated, as the maintainer has not responded yet. > Btw, is it possible to merge the patch into stable/10 as well? > It will make it possible to use clang35 there. Yes, this is also why I prefer to cherry-pick; I have set an MFC timeout of 3 days. -Dimitry
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