LLVM libraries in Windows binaries?

Most platforms with package managers have easy access to pre-compiled binaries of LLVM, but not so much on Windows. The clang installers are nice, but LLVM is more than just clang. It would be super useful for out-of-tree languages and projects that build on the LLVM libraries (Julia, Rust, etc) to be able to use upstream binaries directly. Would it be possible or practical to put the static libraries (and shared dlls once that works well enough to be usable), headers, and additional tools like llvm-config into the installer, either the same download or a separate package? Are the installer generation scripts in a repository somewhere I could look at and help?

Thanks,
Tony

Most platforms with package managers have easy access to pre-compiled
binaries of LLVM, but not so much on Windows. The clang installers are
nice, but LLVM is more than just clang. It would be super useful for
out-of-tree languages and projects that build on the LLVM libraries (Julia,
Rust, etc) to be able to use upstream binaries directly. Would it be
possible or practical to put the static libraries (and shared dlls once
that works well enough to be usable), headers, and additional tools like
llvm-config into the installer, either the same download or a separate
package? Are the installer generation scripts in a repository somewhere I
could look at and help?

IIRC Rust has a pinned revision of LLVM in their repo, which they update at
their leisure. Has that changed and now they want to rely on prepackaged
binaries?

-- Sean Silva