marlowsd at gmail.com
Tue Apr 29 17:22:52 UTC 2014
We should reject LLVM 3.2 if it's known to be bad - I remember running
into this on the RPi too. LlvmCodeGen already checks the version number
and emits warnings if it's too old or too new.
On 24/04/2014 20:04, Austin Seipp wrote:
> GHC 7.6 did not support LLVM 3.2 - it was only tested with up-to LLVM 3.1.
> The odd version number for LLVM 3.2 was a known problem with their
> tarball, they forgot to remove the 'svn' suffix. This shouldn't be a
> problem for GHC, it should correctly parse the right thing anyway.
> Can you try another LLVM version? LLVM 3.2 has been known to be
> particularly problematic - I believe me and David looked into this a
> while back, and we couldn't get even get the compiler to bootstrap
> with it at one point, let alone figure out what the hell was going on
> (I'll see if I can find the ticket related to this). LLVM 3.3 or LLVM
> 3.4 should work just fine, and you can put them on the front of your
> $PATH before running the testsuite to check this.
> On Thu, Apr 24, 2014 at 1:57 PM, Daniel Fischer
> <daniel.is.fischer at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> On Thursday 24 April 2014, 14:49:18, Carter Schonwald wrote:
>>> What OS? Is this on a vm?
>> Oops, sorry. openSuSE 12.3 (64 bit), nothing virtual.
>>> I7-avx is the instruction family. I5 will be ok.
>> Okay, then it's probably that what openSuSE calls 3.2 is not what GHC thinks
>> 3.2 is.
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