Hi Eric,

I'm glad you're making progress.

I've seen the swift-autolink-extract issue before.  For some reason that 
symlink to swift isn't being made for you.  You can try making a new symlink to 
`swift` and see if that gets you forward.

I'd recommend using the github swift-arm repos, specifically the 
swift-3.0-branch branch.  Checkout by cloning the swift repo, then use 
./swift/utils/update-checkout --clone --branch swift-3.0-branch.  That's what 
I'm using currently.

Hope that helps!
- Will

> On Sep 21, 2016, at 1:09 PM, Eric Wing <ewmail...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Since you spotted a problem using QEMU, I did a rebuild on a real Pi
> 2. I think the segfaults during the build went away.
> However, I still get the install error about
> CMake Error at scripts/cmake_install.cmake:36 (file):
>  file INSTALL cannot find
>  "/home/pi/Source/SWIFT/build/Ninja-Release/lldb-linux-armv7/lib/python2.7".
> Call Stack (most recent call first):
>  cmake_install.cmake:42 (include)
> Removing the --install-lldb flag allows me to skip past this for now.
> But when I actually try to use swiftc to compile a test program, I get
> an error about swift-autolink-extract:
> swiftc -v main.swift
> Swift version 3.0-dev (LLVM 1defb1946c, Clang ef0a699416, Swift 870b785219)
> Target: armv7--linux-gnueabihf
> /home/pi/swift/usr/bin/swift -frontend -c -primary-file main.swift
> -target armv7--linux-gnueabihf -disable-objc-interop
> -color-diagnostics -module-name main -o /tmp/main-ea93b4.o
> swift-autolink-extract /tmp/main-ea93b4.o -o /tmp/main-1ae7d8.autolink
> <unknown>:0: error: swift-autolink-extract command failed with exit
> code 127 (use -v to see invocation)
> Any ideas?
> I just spotted the https://github.com/iachievedit/package-swift repo
> which I presume has  additional patches you've made. I'm about to try
> this (another 12 hour cycle) hoping it helps.
> Thanks,
> Eric

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