RE: [cdt-dev] FYI: The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure
Interesting. I guess the question I have is how could the
CDT would make use of it? Where would it plug into our
We already have a C++ front end and there have been static
analysis tools built to to the DOM that it creates. How do we compare to LLVM?
Is it worth investing in an integration? If so, who would do
Just curious wondering where this was
That's correct, LLVM is not GPLd. It's licensed under the UIUC/NCSA license
which is a BSD-style license.
"Jonathan S. Shapiro" ---08/12/2008 04:12:07 PM---On Tue,
2008-08-12 at 15:40 -0400, Chris Recoskie wrote:
"Jonathan S. Shapiro"
"CDT General developers list."
08/12/2008 04:12 PM
Re: [cdt-dev] FYI: The LLVM Compiler
On Tue, 2008-08-12 at 15:40 -0400, Chris Recoskie
> Their front-end is GPL licensed, as they work with GCC.
> this is a non-starter for any CDT tooling.
> Chris Recoskie
Team Lead, IBM CDT Team
> IBM Toronto
is not entirely true. It is true that the have done an adaptation
GCC front end, and that their own C++ front end is only just
The CLANG front end is completely new, and is not GPLd. From
license is an NCSA-style license that does not, in practice,