Simple user question

Hello, Luke

Is there any way to convince llvm-gcc to use llvm-ld during linking rather
than the system ld? If there isn't then I'll have to muck with the build a bit
more to add something like FINAL_CXX, but everyone will see that and it may
generate a bit of annoyance (and will need to be another thing that is
modified for our public releases).

You can try to use llvmc2-provided facility to do so. Currently it
cannot be used as llvm-ld replacement out-of-the-box, but can be easily
modified to do so.

Anton Korobeynikov wrote:

Hello, Luke

Is there any way to convince llvm-gcc to use llvm-ld during linking rather than the system ld? If there isn't then I'll have to muck with the build a bit more to add something like FINAL_CXX, but everyone will see that and it may generate a bit of annoyance (and will need to be another thing that is modified for our public releases).

You can try to use llvmc2-provided facility to do so. Currently it
cannot be used as llvm-ld replacement out-of-the-box, but can be easily
modified to do so.

Thanks for the tip, I'll try and take a look at it. I've been trying to configure llvm-gcc with --with-ld=llvm-ld, but I can't seem to get it to compile on my system.

Luke