Could someone please clarify the proper way to target a particular arch with Clang -emit-llvm?
In the past, I used the following
./clang -emit-llvm -march=armv5te ./input.c
This had to be changed due to armv5te selecting a cpu (arm1026ejs) which did not have a matching entry in getLLVMArchSuffixForARM. To fix this I started using -mcpu=arm1020e
Both mcpu=arm1020e and march=armv5te result in warnings of unused arguments and attempt to link using LLVMgold.so rather than produce a bitcode file
What is the proper workflow here? Should I be using -target? My goal is to create a bitcode file with the target triple of armv5te-none-linux-gnueabi.
Is the above behavior expected (i.e. should I not expect march and mcpu to control my target when generating bitcode)?