I have an llvm project from which I am trying to call external libraries such as
boost. For some reason, when I type make, llvm can’t seem to find the header
files to the library even though it’s in the path. I am baffled by this. For example,
for boost this is what I get:
" fatal error: ‘boost/lambda/lambda.hpp’ file not found"
Do I have to modify something in the makefiles?
Is this possibly because you haven’t built llvm with shared library support? RTTI needs to be enabled to use external libraries, I followed this example:
Electronic Systems Design Group
Are the headers in a standard path that could be easily found by the
compiler if you were to do the same thing on the command line?