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Oleg Smolsky via cfe-dev
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Things would be significantly easier if the llvm libunwind would be renamed avoiding the name clash with the "standard" libunwind.
I think someone proposed this recently (or complained about this renaming not being done).
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Sun, 14 Oct 2018 17:47:57 +0200
Dear libcxx community,
I would like to compile the latest libcxx on Ubuntu 16.04.
Regarding the use of compiler-rt instead of libgcc and given there seems to be a dependency on libunwind i have the following questions:
Should i use the system libunwind or the llvm one?
Can i use libunwind.a instead of libunwind.so?
Should i set -D_GNU_SOURCE for the compile (there is at least one cmake test which fails without this if the system libunwind is used)?
There once was an activity (or at least a proposal) to combine compiler-rt with libunwind, is this still on target?
Thanks in advance for answers
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