Hi all,

I am trying to build a dataset for low level instruction from different C/C++ source codes. I am using the InstCount passer to get the code instruction (load, store .... other assembly types) results. I am using the following steps to get the bit code for the c/c++ source code (so I can apply the InstCount passer on the bit code and get the results) The steps are:
clang hello.c -o hello
clang -O3 -emit-llvm hello.c -c -o hello.bc

but I found that there is a lot of libraries didn't work with clang specially c++ and many in c also.

I run my codes under visual studio and it works fine and I got an exe file.

I am wondered if there any way that can give me the chance to compile my code under visual studio (windows OS) then I took .exe and pass it to Clang so I can get the bit code file. (by the way I tried it and it didn't work).


How can I make clang supported to visual studio libraries?

If there any simple tools to generate bite code in windows, where I can pass the bit codes to clang under ubento.

Please send me a detailed solution because I am completely new wth LLVM stuff.

Thanks in advance,

I winder if your task might be more suited to something like valgrind?