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Sisyphus: 6.0.0-alt0.9.rel
p8: 6.0.0-alt0.6.M80P.1.rel

Group :: Development/C
Source RPM: llvm6.0

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Current version: 6.0.0-alt0.9.rel
Built: 4 days ago
FTBFS: 1 weeks on i586, i586
Size: 36.1 MB
Repocop status: info

Home page:   http://llvm.org

License: NCSA
Summary: The Low Level Virtual Machine
Description:

LLVM is a compiler infrastructure designed for compile-time, link-time,
runtime, and idle-time optimization of programs from arbitrary
programming languages. The compiler infrastructure includes mirror sets
of programming tools as well as libraries with equivalent functionality.

Current maintainer: Konstantin A. Lepikhov

List of contributors: ACL: List of rpms provided by this srpm:
  • clang6.0
  • clang6.0-analyzer
  • clang6.0-debuginfo
  • clang6.0-devel
  • clang6.0-devel-static
  • clang6.0-doc
  • clang6.0-libs
  • clang6.0-libs-debuginfo
  • lld
  • lld-debuginfo
  • lld-devel
  • lld-doc
  • llvm6.0
  • llvm6.0-debuginfo
  • llvm6.0-devel
  • llvm6.0-devel-debuginfo
  • llvm6.0-devel-static
  • llvm6.0-doc
  • llvm6.0-libs
  • llvm6.0-libs-debuginfo
Recent changes (last three changelog entries):

2018-06-12 Gleb F-Malinovskiy <glebfm at altlinux.org> 6.0.0-alt0.9.rel

    - aarch64: rebuilt with clang.

2018-06-12 Gleb F-Malinovskiy <glebfm at altlinux.org> 6.0.0-alt0.8.rel

    - lld: backported upstream commit implementing --{push,pop}-state support.
    - clang: changed default dynamic linker path for aarch64 architecture.
    - aarch64: temporarily rebuilt with gcc to fix build from source.
    - clang-alt-triple.patch: added mipsel and mips64el triplets.

2018-03-20 L.A. Kostis <lakostis at altlinux.ru> 6.0.0-alt0.7.rel

    - Reduce debuginfo for x86_64.
    - Use 'Release' build on x86_64.
    - Fix provides/obsoletes.
    - Move clang libs to separate pkg (to ease future migrations).

 
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