LLVM on Mac OS X Tiger 10.4.11

Hello,

   I apologize if this has been covered before but has anyone
successfully built llvm on Mac OS X Tiger (10.4.11)? I upgraded to
Xcode 2.4.1 and got the binaries for the llvm-gcc frontend and the
source for llvm. I built llvm but realized that the frontend binaries
required libiconv version 7.0.0. but the version on Tiger is 5.0.0.
Trying to build the frontend from source gives me a bunch of errors.

My configure command is

$../configure --prefix=`pwd`/../install/ --build=$TRIPLE
--host=$TRIPLE --target=$TRIPLE
--with-gxx-include-dir=/usr/include/c++/4.0.0 --program-prefix=llvm-
--enable-languages=c -enable-llvm=/usr/local/llvm-2.5

I'm running this from an 'obj' dir under the llvm-gcc source tree.

The error is get is that SIZEOF_INT and SIZEOF_LONG are not defined.

Anything wrong with what i'm doing or my configure command?

Thanks,
Bijoy.

Looks like I was a little too ambitious in getting version LLVM-2.5 to
build on Mac OS X Tiger which uses gcc 4.0.1. LLVM -2.2 built fine.

I did get the LLVM-2.5 tree to build but it was the gcc front-end part
of it that failed. If anyone has built the both parts of version 2.5
on Tiger please let me know.

Thanks,
Bijoy.

Looks like I was a little too ambitious in getting version LLVM-2.5 to
build on Mac OS X Tiger which uses gcc 4.0.1. LLVM -2.2 built fine.

LLVM 2.3 was the last release that was qualified on Tiger. We need members from the community to step up an maintain LLVM and llvm-gcc on Tiger. I no longer have a Tiger machine when doing releases.

Thanks,
Tanya