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Old 10-28-2009, 11:04 PM
Default Packaging LLVM

Alright, finished, wasn't as hard as I thought. Here is a PKGBUILD I
believe works perfect for both an llvm package and a clang package, I'll
work on llvm-gcc and such soon

How should I proceed?
Do split packages even work on the AUR anyways?

On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 8:06 PM, Ranguvar <ranguvar@archlinux.us> wrote:

> Just did a build with and without Clang. The difference comes out to about
> 12MiB, actually -- 69MiB for LLVM, and 81MiB for LLVM+Clang.
> 12MiB is, incidentally, the size of the /usr/libexec/clang-cc file you
> mentioned, so that's basically all the size difference.
> Attached is a PKGBUILD which builds LLVM+Clang, comment out the mv line
> from build() to build only LLVM.
> On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 7:37 PM, Ranguvar <ranguvar@archlinux.us> wrote:
>> Sorry, no idea what you're talking about in that first paragraph?
>> Where is the PKGBUILD? And what do you mean by scan-* wrappers?
>> On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 7:16 PM, Tobias Kieslich <tobias@justdreams.de>wrote:
>>> Thanks,
>>> I posted my llvm-clang-svn PKGBUILD in AUR, not all of the things made
>>> it into the actual build. I like to have all scan-* wrappers included as
>>> they are handy and depend on each other (scan-build -V invokes
>>> scan-view automatically after a test build). They PKGBUILD is in the
>>> comments of the package.
>>> If you look at the llvm binaries provided you'll see the clang package
>>> is bigger than the gcc stuff. However, the way they package it makes me
>>> think it might be trick to separate clang from llvm but it sure is worth
>>> a try.
>>> -T
>>> On Mon, 26 Oct 2009, Ranguvar wrote:
>>> > Very well, I'll make a prototype PKGBUILD that has sections for each
>>> install
>>> > and then post it here, good luck
>>> >
>>> > I do think it odd though that Clang would be larger than GCC, I guess
>>> we'll
>>> > have to see.
>>> >

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