Missing clang-modernize in 3.8 (Debian 8 Jessie)

Hi, new to llvm/clang so forgive any errors on my part.

For Debian 8 (Jessie), though all other packages have installed successfully, for clang modernize I get -

nick@macbookpro-debian:~$ sudo apt-get install clang-modernize-3.8
[sudo] password for nick:
Reading package lists… Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information… Done
E: Unable to locate package clang-modernize-3.8
E: Couldn’t find any package by regex ‘clang-modernize-3.8’

Any ideas as to why just this one package would be giving problems?

clang-modernize was folded into clang-tidy and is no longer provided
as a separate package. Do we have outdated docs somewhere?

The docs are in a good shape in this regard:

http://clang.llvm.org/extra/clang-modernize.html
http://llvm.org/releases/3.8.0/tools/clang/tools/extra/docs/clang-modernize.html

Apparently, it doesn’t make the fact more discoverable though.

Thanks for your replies, gentlemen. I’m in good standing with my install, then.

On the apt page, it should not be suggested then to “apt-get install […etc…] clang-modernize-3.8 […etc…]” (see under “Install
(qualification branch)”). Should probably be updated - thank you Benjamin for asking.

Adding Sylvestre, who should know how to fix that.

Hello

Indeed, this package no longer exists. I removed it from llvm.org/apt/

Thanks,
Sylvestre

While you’re here, Xenial (15.10) seems wrong (should be 16.04 LTS).

… and http://llvm-jenkins.debian.net/ seems to be down. Sorry for bugging you with all of this, and thanks for fixing the clang-modernize thingy so quickly!

Thanks, I fixed the typo with Xenial.
I don't know if I want to bring back llvm-jenkins.d.n again yet. if people see an interest in it, why not :slight_smile:

Thank you for the fix! Re: llvm-jenkins.d.n: isn’t it the bot that builds nightly apt packages for llvm? If yes, I think there is certain interest. BTW, do you have usage stats of the LLVM nightly apt repositories?

Thank you for the fix! Re: llvm-jenkins.d.n: isn't it the bot that builds nightly apt packages for llvm? If yes, I think there is certain interest.

OK, I will bring it online then.

BTW, do you have usage stats of the LLVM nightly apt repositories?

I don't but I wished. I am receiving enough bugs, patches or comments to expect this number to be high.
Some interesting projects like rust were (are?) using these packages to verify that they are up-to-date.

Sylvestre