SAFECode and CMake?

Are there any plans to add CMake support to the build of
SAFECode? Also are there any current instructions for building
llvm/clang with SAFECode support from current svn?
                 Jack

    Are there any plans to add CMake support to the build of
SAFECode?

No, there are no current plans to do so. Is not having CMake support a show-stopper for you? I imagine adding support for it would be straightforward.

  Also are there any current instructions for building
llvm/clang with SAFECode support from current svn?

Yes. Directions can be found at http://sva.cs.illinois.edu/docs/Install.html#svn.

Note that it is possible for mainline SAFECode and mainline LLVM/Clang to get out-of-sync since LLVM is currently under active development for the LLVM 3.0 release. If you run into a problem like that, please let me know.

FWIW, I usually svn up LLVM and merge in mainline clang about once a day during the week (typically in the mornings) to make sure we're tracking mainline LLVM/Clang.

-- John T.

    Are there any plans to add CMake support to the build of
SAFECode?

No, there are no current plans to do so. Is not having CMake support a
show-stopper for you? I imagine adding support for it would be
straightforward.

   The fink llvm29/llvm29 packaging is based on the cmake build approach.
It has been unclear if the addition of cmake build support to llvm suggested
that approach was now favored over the simple configure build method.