make install-what flavor of clang is installed?

The docs here:

http://llvm.org/docs/MakefileGuide.html#install

say:

  copies all libraries, headers, executables and documentation to
  the directory given with the --prefix option to configure.

However, under clang, there can be several executables. For example,
the clang executable can be in any one of these directories:

   Debug+Asserts
   Release+Asserts
   Debug+Profile+Asserts

which one does:

  make install

place in the prefix directory?

TIA.

-Larry

The same one that "make" builds.

-Eli

Used `make printvars` so show:

make printvars ENABLE_OPTIMIZED=1
llvm[0]: BuildMode : Release+Asserts
llvm[0]: PROJ_SRC_ROOT: /home/evansl/download/llvm/svn/llvm

make printvars ENABLE_OPTIMIZED=0
llvm[0]: BuildMode : Debug+Asserts
llvm[0]: PROJ_SRC_ROOT: /home/evansl/download/llvm/svn/llvm

So I guess the executable moved to the prefix directory depends
on the value of BuildMode and the value of BuildMode depends
on the values of various ENABLE_* macros.

Is that about right?

-Larry

Roughly, yes.

-Eli