Since I don't have a proper Unix system yet, and since Visual Studio is such a pain when it comes to Clang, I decided to try out MinGW.
I've properly installed MinGW, and I've followed the instructions at:
I decided to begin simple, using `make` instead of `cmake`, but it fails:
>> make: Entering directory `/d/llvm-build/tools/llvm-
>> llvm: Regenerating LibDeps.txt.tmp
>> 'd:' n'est pas reconnu en tant que commande interne ou externe, un programme executable ou un fichier de commandes.
>> nm failed at d:/llvm/utils/GenLibDeps.pl line 230.
(the French line means that apparently the script gets a "d:" command to execute, which probably stems from a path issue, since paths on Windows begin by the drive letter followed by a colon, though I don't understand how this could be interpreted as a command instead of a path...)
The script line is:
>> close UNDEFS or die "nm failed";
which does correspond to the error message... however I am no perl user... so I don't really understand what's going on here.
I'd appreciate some pointers from people using MinGW
You should really use CMake to build on mingw:
cmake path/to/llvm/source -G"MinGW Makefiles"
Note that you'll need "mingw32-make.exe" installed in the mingw/bin folder.
Alternatively, install MSYS and run CMake from the msys bash shell:
cmake path/to/llvm/source -G"MSYS Makefiles"
It might be possible to do (from MSYS):
But it surely will be slower than running CMake.
Hope this helps!