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Thanks for your work on LLVM!

Noticed that on the site on http://llvm.org/ you might want to list
RubyMotion http://www.rubymotion.com/ as a user/project. Also, HipByte
who writes RubyMotion could be listed as one of the companies that use
it.

Gary

Dear Gary,

Can you elaborate on how Ruby Motion uses LLVM? I'd like to know how it's using LLVM before adding it to the LLVM Users page (http://llvm.org/Users.html); the web page a rubymotion.com doesn't mention LLVM anywhere.

If you'd like RubyMotion listed on the LLVM Projects page (http://llvm.org/ProjectsWithLLVM), please send a description of it to the list so that I know what you want the description to read.

Regards,

John Criswell

John,

In: http://www.rubymotion.com/tour/features/

it says: "RubyMotion transforms the Ruby source code of your project
into optimized, blazing-fast machine code using a revolutionary,
state-of-the-art ahead-of-time (AOT) compiler, based on LLVM (see
how)."

where "see how" links to a picture of a stack containing LLVM IR.

I don't work on RubyMotion so you might want to contact them directly
to get more information about how it is used, or maybe there is enough
info in the source:
https://github.com/HipByte/RubyMotion
https://github.com/HipByte/RubyMotion/search?utf8=✓&q=llvm

Thanks!
Gary