[webkit-dev] Thought about Nix JavaScriptCore port

Konstantin Tokarev annulen at yandex.ru
Sun Feb 7 23:10:03 PST 2016

Please try updated version of my branch, it now does not use LLVM unless you enable USE_LLVM_DISASSEMBLER.

08.02.2016, 02:18, "Eric Wing" <ewmailing at gmail.com>:
> On 2/7/16, Konstantin Tokarev <annulen at yandex.ru> wrote:
>>  07.02.2016, 14:40, "Eric Wing" <ewmailing at gmail.com>:
>>>  I just tried pulling the mainline to try the B3 drop. The merge wasn't so
>>>  clean.
>>>  But right now I'm getting a compile error.
>>>  B3Compilation.cpp.o
>>>  LLVMHeaders.h:46:10 fatal error: 'llvm-c/Analysis.h' file not found
>>>  Any ideas?
>>  You have HAVE(LLVM) enabled, but your LLVM installation is not detected or
>>  is broken.
>>  Try to build from scratch or remove CMakeCache.txt (which will trigger full
>>  rebuild)
> So this was a build from scratch and I didn't override any defaults
> concerning LLVM (my main thing is -DPORT=Nix) A week ago before the B3
> drop (llvmForJSC), it built and there was no complaint about this
> header.
> I didn't do anything to my installation. But I think I may see the
> problem. On my distro, I have the directories,
> /usr/include/llvm-3.4
> /usr/include/llvm-3.6
> /usr/include/llvm-c-3.4
> /usr/include/llvm-c-3.6
> I do not have anything without a version number. So
> 'llvm-c/Analysis.h' is not going to find anything.
> I suspect the correct solution is to #include "Analysis.h" and
> INCLUDE_DIRECTORIES should specify the correct llvm include directory
> based on the correct find_* logic.
> Thanks,
> Eric


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