Documentation is missing hardware platform FreeBSD on amd64 and states that Solaris/Sparc is 'working'

Here http://llvm.org/docs/GettingStarted.html#requirements FreeBSD/amd64 isn't mentioned. It works quite fine for me.

Also, it mentions that its known to work on Solaris/V9(Ultrasparc). Isn't this wrong since JIT isn't currently working on Sparc and is only expected to work with MC project completion? Sparc should me mentioned in the 'partial support' table.
Also, I think Linux/V9 and FreeBSD/V9 should also be mentioned in 'partial support' table since they work there except for JIT.

Yuri

Here http://llvm.org/docs/GettingStarted.html#requirements FreeBSD/amd64
isn't mentioned. It works quite fine for me.

Yes, it should. I fixed that. Thanks!

Also, it mentions that its known to work on Solaris/V9(Ultrasparc).
Isn't this wrong since JIT isn't currently working on Sparc and is only
expected to work with MC project completion? Sparc should me mentioned
in the 'partial support' table.
Also, I think Linux/V9 and FreeBSD/V9 should also be mentioned in
'partial support' table since they work there except for JIT.

I'll leave this for others to comment on.

-bw

Thanks!

Another thing is why you only list GCC as compiler? LLVM compiles itself, and at least on FreeBSD and Linux should be listed along GCC.
I even tested resulting code performance (of libLLVM.so itself) compiled with gcc-4.5.1 and compiled with itself and performance was within 5% of each other.

Yuri