I don’t know about debian based distro specifically but installing clang
shouldn’t remove gcc, they are orthogonal to each other.
When you try building a specific package try
CC=clang CXX=clang++ ./sage -f symmetrica
for example. Yes there is a possibility of your
sage install breaking after that. But since
symmetrica looks like just C code it shouldn’t.
If you try to fix linbox you should get ready for
> On 18/09/2016, at 03:35, Travis Scrimshaw <tsc...@ucdavis.edu> wrote:
> On Saturday, September 17, 2016 at 2:48:40 AM UTC-5, François wrote:
> Reanimating https://trac.sagemath.org/ticket/12426
> There is a ticket for symmetrica, if you still want to do it, I’d rather you
> fix the code with a patch than with a compilation flags as is suggested in
> Just saw that ticket, and I was thinking the same as you. This is now in my
> todo list.
> I know this is probably in the dumb question category, but....Should I worry
> about anything (e.g., no longer able to build Sage) by installing clang via
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