On 07/10/2010 15:38, Francois Pichet wrote:
> I can assure you there is a clang-test project in the solution.
> What version of visual studio are you using?
> What cmake command do you use the generate the .sln?
> Did you regenerate it recently?
> On Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 10:33 AM, Colin Riddell
> [hidden email] wrote:
>> Thanks for the information.
>> As far as we can see there is no project called clang-test in the sln.
>> There is "clang", "clang-headers", "clang++" etc but no clang-test.
>> Thanks again,
>> Colin Riddell
>> On 07/10/2010 14:00, Francois Pichet wrote:
>>> On Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 8:47 AM, Colin Riddell[hidden email]
>>>> We have the need to run clang regression tests in Windows with llvm
>>>> versions 2.6, 2.7 and 2.8. We have read that this can now be done with
>>>> 1. From what we can see, lit does not run with windows. Or does it?
>>> lit works very well on Windows.. I use it everyday.
>>>> C:\Python26\python.exe lit.py -sv --no-progress-bar
>>>> lit.py: lit.cfg:74: fatal: No site specific configuration available!
>>> try --param=build_config=Release
>>>> 2. Can clang regression be run from Visual Studio?
>>> yes, generate the .sln using cmake then select the "clang-test"
>>> project, right click and build.
>>>> 3. Or is it the case that the Visual Studio project "clang-test" has
>>>> been removed from versions of llvm/clang greater than 2.6?
Turns out cmake was unable to find python and as a result could not
generate the clang-test project.
Thank you very much for your help.