davidterei at gmail.com
Wed Jan 16 10:02:05 CET 2013
If you try compiling something with the LLVM backend but with '-v2'
enabled, it should tell you why it can't figure out the LLVM version
in use. I'll try to test myself but it may be a little while before I
have a windows box setup for that.
On 16 January 2013 19:43, Simon Peyton-Jones <simonpj at microsoft.com> wrote:
> | > Warning: Couldn't figure out LLVM version!
> | > Make sure you have installed LLVM
> | >
> | The 'llvm' way is supposed to be disabled in the testsuite if LLVM is
> | not found. Here is the code from testsuite/mk/test.mk:
> | Maybe this isn't working? Or maybe you have llc on your path, but
> | there's something wrong with it? Which test is failing specifically?
> Ah. Yes! There *is* an llc.exe on my path, and it comes with the Haskell Platform!
> bash-3.1$ which llc
> Details below. So I suppose the next question is why it doesn't work?
> bash-3.1$ llc --version
> LLVM (http://llvm.org/):
> LLVM version 3.1
> Optimized build with assertions.
> Built May 22 2012 (00:18:58).
> Default target: i686-pc-mingw32
> Host CPU: corei7
> Registered Targets:
> arm - ARM
> cellspu - STI CBEA Cell SPU [experimental]
> cpp - C++ backend
> hexagon - Hexagon
> mblaze - MBlaze
> mips - Mips
> mips64 - Mips64 [experimental]
> mips64el - Mips64el [experimental]
> mipsel - Mipsel
> msp430 - MSP430 [experimental]
> ppc32 - PowerPC 32
> ppc64 - PowerPC 64
> ptx32 - PTX (32-bit) [Experimental]
> ptx64 - PTX (64-bit) [Experimental]
> sparc - Sparc
> sparcv9 - Sparc V9
> thumb - Thumb
> x86 - 32-bit X86: Pentium-Pro and above
> x86-64 - 64-bit X86: EM64T and AMD64
> xcore - XCore
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