I can explain that. I wrote that code.
Clang doesn't even know anything about the MSVC __unaligned keyword. The
__unaligned you saw in there was part of a comment documenting the MSVC
name-mangling scheme (which most of that file is dedicated to
implementing at the moment). MSVC will mangle __unaligned into the name;
but since Clang doesn't support __unaligned yet, Clang doesn't do that
just yet. I documented it so I'd remember how to mangle it if and when
Clang does support __unaligned.
> Anything I can do? Thanks!
File a bug and write patches. Feel free to implement mangling
__unaligned in the Microsoft mangler (everything you need should be in
Ah, that's what I thought. I guess this means that Clang is unusable
with the Windows SDK and its (C/C++ standard) libraries? So that
limits me to GCC's libstdc++ as the only C++ library usable on Windows
for CLang at the moment?