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03-03-2016 15:49:19  <assbot>   Logged on 03-03-2016 15:17:37; jurov: just for the record, there are several projects built on top of llvm (cling,clang,clasp) promising C++ interpretation and easy interop with lisp. i tried to build and use these, not one succeeded and they are so behemoth so any analysis of the problem was out of the question

03-03-2016 15:17:37  <jurov>   just for the record, there are several projects built on top of llvm (cling,clang,clasp) promising C++ interpretation and easy interop with lisp. i tried to build and use these, not one succeeded and they are so behemoth so any analysis of the problem was out of the question

24-02-2016 22:40:05  <asciilifeform>   the tool's logic (based on 'clang'/llvm) is phucked.

21-02-2016 20:38:57  <phf>   i have it running in a frowned upon state. cmake, llvm, clang

20-02-2016 23:34:27  <assbot>   Logged on 20-02-2016 22:26:08; mircea_popescu: and you may NEVER say to any user "your program is not working correctly because you've not given tyhe developer enough control over it". this is anathema, and the source of the "llvm-ization" comment.

20-02-2016 22:26:08  <mircea_popescu>   and you may NEVER say to any user "your program is not working correctly because you've not given tyhe developer enough control over it". this is anathema, and the source of the "llvm-ization" comment.

20-02-2016 22:09:24  <ben_vulpes>   i am not well versed enough in the history of gcc and llvm to understand this.

20-02-2016 22:05:37  <mircea_popescu>   it is in fact the llvm-ing of the v.

11-02-2016 15:56:35  <assbot>   The Project To Compile The Linux Kernel With LLVM Clang Is Still Alive - Phoronix ... ( http://bit.ly/1o6NUpD )

11-02-2016 14:52:36  <assbot>   LLVM Patches Confirm Google Has Its Own In-House Processor - Phoronix ... ( http://bit.ly/1Q9r7PU )

10-02-2016 16:33:44  <mircea_popescu>   i suspect the llvm crew.

10-02-2016 16:21:38  <mircea_popescu>   In addition to many internal projects at Google, Google Test is also used by the following notable projects: The Chromium projects (behind the Chrome browser and Chrome OS). The LLVM compiler. Protocol Buffers, Google's data interchange format. The OpenCV computer vision library.

31-01-2016 22:44:05  <ben_vulpes>   phf: also, if you'd care to share your llvm/clang compilator i'd love to take a look

31-01-2016 19:28:55  <phf>   adlai: clasp is a good fit for tendriling trb, if i had more time, i'd use it in a similar way to shiva. but then i'm already building trb on llvm/clang, etc. it is anti-ba though because of pedigree and ownership problem. can use it, if you have resources to read through 5 or so 100k loc projects

31-01-2016 19:26:29  <asciilifeform>   (the 'llvm is satanic and must die' thing is not as clear-cut as i would like, it is actually MORE readable and hackable than gcc. but i'm allergic, i confess.)

31-01-2016 19:25:53  <asciilifeform>   including llvm

31-01-2016 19:19:55  <ben_vulpes>   nooo, llvm bytecode.

15-01-2016 16:34:20  <ascii_butugychag>   clang/llvm is well-suited for vivisection, and gcc is, unfortunately (see old threads re: why) is not

15-01-2016 01:38:58  <asciilifeform>   'OpenSSH 6.6 is the only version that is not affected, because it calls explicit_bzero() instead of memset() or bzero(). ..... older GCC versions do not remove the memset() or bzero() call made by buffer_free() or sshbuf_free(). GCC 5 and Clang/LLVM do, however, remove it.'

29-12-2015 15:39:26  <ascii_butugychag>   http://log.bitcoin-assets.com/?date=29-12-2015#1355932 << crapple/llvm-clang

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