mlir-translate --mlir-to-llvmir to get a LLVMIR file, and I tried to run it by
I got this error.
Can you check which version of
lli you’re using? (
Here is the information.
That’s the issue: you need to use the same version as MLIR, you likely should just build it with MLIR
I followed the MLIR tutorial to build it, but there is not
lli in my
I wonder how could I check the version of the LLVM use, so that I can match the version requierment.
lli is not build by default with MLIR, apparently. Run
ninja lli in the build directory and then you’ll have it.
Thanks a lot!
I solved this problem, and met another problem.
I will try to solve it.
Hi ! I meet the same error. could you please tell me how to solve it?
if I delete these in .ll, then the error is solve. However, I think it not a good way to solve problem, because .ll file is generate by LLVM.I am so confused now