> On Dec 18, 2014, at 6:34 AM, owner-freebsd-...@freebsd.org wrote:
> Dimitry Andric writes:
>>>   - Could a "MK_CLANG_ALL_TARGETS" or something similar option be
>>> added to src.opts.mk to fine tune this process for those of us who
>>> don't want to build a cross-compile toolchain every iteration for our
>> I would be fine with something like this, as long as it is turned off by
>> default, or if it is only used for the bootstrap stages.  It is actually
>> an extremely useful feature of clang that you can target multiple
>> architectures with one compiler binary.
>       Point of information: this seems useful for developers, and
> (almost entirely) useless for everyone else.  Are there other
> cohorts that want this badly?
>       If that's correct, and there's a simple switch for
> configuration ... why should this default to what's useful for the
> (much?) smaller number of people?  About what am I ignorant?

Only people working on a single binary of clang to build all architectures
are interested, which is a vanishingly small number. There’s little point
to build this stuff even for hard-core developers.


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