unwind move *NOW*

Greetings,

As previously mentioned, the unwind contents are going to be moved today. Im working on this now. If you could please hold off any commits to the Unwind part of things, it would be greatly appreciated.

See you on the new layout!

Okay, the source and headers have been moved over. For now, libc++abi
refers to the peer libunwind directory. This is a temporary thing until we
get cmake properly sorted out and reorganised. However, this permits us to
continue development in the mean time with a minor disruption (once for
re-running cmake now and once later when we get the new build setup).

Thanks for bearing with this.

Until a git mirror is setup, we will need to use subversion (for those
running subversion, I guess this is less of a concern). You can do the
following to get libunwind back (if you are building with
LIBCXXABI_USE_LLVM_UNWINDER=YES).

cd ${LLVM_SOURCE_DIR}/projects
svn co https://llvm.org/svn/llvm-project/libunwind/trunk libunwind

Thanks Saleem! This is a much better temporary solution than having
two repositories. :slight_smile:

My libc++ buildbot is, obviously, red, but I won't change it, so that
you can check when your CMake changes made it work again:

http://lab.llvm.org:8011/builders/libcxx-libcxxabi-arm-linux

Once you're done, I'll have to change the Clang driver to import
libunwind with compiler-rt and then add libunwind to our compiler-rt
buildbots.

I'll wait until you're finished.

cheers,
--renato

> Okay, the source and headers have been moved over. For now, libc++abi
> refers to the peer libunwind directory. This is a temporary thing until
we
> get cmake properly sorted out and reorganised. However, this permits us
to
> continue development in the mean time with a minor disruption (once for
> re-running cmake now and once later when we get the new build setup).

Thanks Saleem! This is a much better temporary solution than having
two repositories. :slight_smile:

My libc++ buildbot is, obviously, red, but I won't change it, so that
you can check when your CMake changes made it work again:

An accompanying zorg change was made so when that change is picked up, it
should go green again :-).

What needs to happen in order to get the libunwind git mirror set up?

Yeah, I'm waiting for that, too... :slight_smile:

Sorry, I was a bit busy recently. Will do it soon.

It looks like SVN commit mail isn't set up for the new repo yet either.

Sorry, I was a bit busy recently. Will do it soon.

It looks like SVN commit mail isn't set up for the new repo yet either.

Nor is www.