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2015 Jul 29
1
[LLVMdev] Error when i am using command make -j4 command in cygwin to compile safecode
llvm[4]: Compiling PoolAllocate.cpp for Release+Asserts build /home/NIKHILREDDY/WORK/LLVM_SRC/projects/poolalloc/lib/PoolAllocate/PoolAllocate.cpp: In member function ‘virtual bool llvm::PoolAllocate::runOnModule(llvm::Module&)’: /home/NIKHILREDDY/WORK/LLVM_SRC/projects/poolalloc/lib/PoolAllocate/PoolAllocate.cpp:403:16: error: ‘class llvm::Constant’ has no member named
2020 May 21
10
RFC: Release process changes
Hi, I would like to propose a few changes to the LLVM release process. The current process is documented here: https://llvm.org/docs/HowToReleaseLLVM.html There are two parts to this proposal. The first is a list of clarifications, which are things we are currently doing that aren't documented. The second is a list of changes which would actually modify how releases are currently managed.
2008 Nov 17
0
Error while running virt-install
Hi All I need some real help in using virt-install. I have a fedora8 o/s + Xen installed and wanted to have RHEL4 as the Guest Domain. I have mounted the CD1 of RHEL4 and wanted to install this as guest domain using virt-install and not able to do and seeking help. Please let me know if the parameters to virt-install are correct and if not please let me know the correct parameters. Contents of
2008 Nov 18
0
Fw: Error while running virt-install
Any help is greatly appreciated.   Thanks Chandra Sekhar --- On Sun, 11/16/08, Chandra Sekhar <sekhar_15@yahoo.com> wrote: From: Chandra Sekhar <sekhar_15@yahoo.com> Subject: [Xen-users] Error while running virt-install To: xen-users@lists.xensource.com Date: Sunday, November 16, 2008, 11:23 PM Hi All I need some real help in using virt-install. I have a fedora8 o/s + Xen
2003 Oct 07
2
freebsd.org mirroring
Hello all, Help me please do mirror of freebsd.org. I got *.sgml through CVSup, installed textproc/docproj. But when I typed make: [root@xxx /www/freebsd/]make ===> en ===> en/security ===> en/commercial ===> en/docproj ===> en/news ===> en/news/1993 ===> en/news/1996 ===> en/news/1997 ===> en/news/1998 ===> en/news/1999 ===> en/news/2000 ===> en/news/2001
2014 Apr 03
5
[LLVMdev] comparing .o files from different build trees
I'm trying to write a script for checking whether the compiler recursed properly. rkotler at mipsswbrd002:~/slave/recurse3be/build$ find . -name "*.o" -exec cmp '{}' ../../recurse2be/build/'{}' \; |& tee foo.txt Is anyone else doing this? There 2 compilers, recurse 2 and recurse3 that in principle should be identical. Obviously if there is date and time
2017 Mar 27
5
4.0.1 Release Schedule + Need feedback for improving stable releases
Hi, I would like to start a discussion about improvements to the stable release process, but first, here is a proposed schedule for the 4.0.1 release. May 1, 2017 -rc1 May 22, 2017 Deadline for submitting merge request May 29, 2017 Deadline for merging changes. June 3, 2017 -rc2 June 10, 2017 Final Release This is slightly different from previous stable releases in that we are doing an early
2004 Jul 03
0
New Release Model
...ifications of the form x.y.0-RCn where x.y is the number of the next Stable Release and n=1,2,3... . Release candidates contain no new functionailty -- they only contain bug fixes. When the stability of the current release candidate is judged to be sufficient then that release candidate will be released as the new stable release (e.g., 2.2.0). At that time, the new stable release and the prior stable release are those that are supported. 8. What does it mean for a major release to be supported? It means that I will answer questions about the release and that if a bug is found, I will fix t...
2013 Feb 08
1
[LLVMdev] Build failure
Hi all, After updating llvm+clang to r174701 by issuing make -j8 happiness The build fails with: ... make[2]: Entering directory `/local/csaba/LLVM/build-release/tools/llvm-diff' llvm[2]: Compiling DiffConsumer.cpp for Release+Asserts build llvm[2]: Linking Release+Asserts executable lli (without symbols) llvm[2]: Compiling CrashDebugger.cpp for Release+Asserts build
2004 Jul 02
7
Shorewall Release Model
The current Shorewall release model has the following characteristics: a) The last two major releases are supported. b) Only the latest major release is actively developed. c) Bug fixes are available for the prior major release but only against the last minor release. d) The last major release is advertised as the "Current Release". I''m thinking of switching to a model that
2014 Jan 13
10
[LLVMdev] LLVM 3.4 stable releases
Hi, I would like to try again to do stable releases for LLVM 3.4. Even though we were unsuccessful with stable releases for LLVM 3.3, I learned some things going through the process, which I think will increase the chance for success with LLVM 3.4. So, here is my TODO list for a successful 3.4.1 release: 1. Get volunteers to help This is probably the most important thing on this list. Stable
2017 Jun 01
3
Release 3.12: Scope and calendar!
Hi, Here are some top reminders for the 3.12 release: 1) When 3.12 is released 3.8 will be EOL'd, hence users are encouraged to prepare for the same as per the calendar posted here. 2) 3.12 is a long term maintenance (LTM) release, and potentially the last in the 3.x line of Gluster! 3) From this release onward, the feature freeze date is moved ~45 days in advance, b...
2008 Feb 17
1
[LLVMdev] llvm 2.2 build problems
I'm getting an error when trying to build llvm 2.2's tblgen: llvm[2]: Linking Release executable tblgen (without symbols) /usr/bin/ld: Undefined symbols: llvm::MemoryBuffer::getFileOrSTDIN(char const*, unsigned int, std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char> >*, long long) llvm::cl::ParseCommandLineOptions(int, char**, char const*) It's
2007 Dec 25
6
error: no marshal_dump is defined for class Thread
I get this error periodically in backgroundrb.log, but only on my production box (the one running ruby 1.8.5) - my dev box doesn''t get this error. As far as I can tell, everything is working ok, despite the error (I don''t really know how to determine if the jobs are getting threaded successfully, but they are running, that I am sure of). Here''s the dump: no
2016 Aug 20
4
[Release-testers] [3.9 Release] Release Candidate 2 has been tagged
Thanks! Can you post the sha1's for the files you uploaded? Windows and Mac look good. Uploaded: ca26fbfabb54ac1f70776ab3a5503313ec518f18 clang+llvm-3.9.0-rc2-x86_64-apple-darwin.tar.xz 26d616e1355dc0802f90babbd5ea0b72abc0c0bb LLVM-3.9.0-rc2-win32.exe 42363aeaff395d442f418d77b542a088b5b0658b LLVM-3.9.0-rc2-win64.exe Thanks, Hans On Fri, Aug 19, 2016 at 9:22 AM, Diana Picus <diana.picus
2020 Sep 30
5
[Release-testers] [11.0.0 Release] Release Candidate 5 is here
I’m happy to run them, although I’d appreciate a pointer to the appropriate documentation. From: llvm-dev <llvm-dev-bounces at lists.llvm.org> on behalf of Tobias Hieta via llvm-dev <llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> Reply-To: Tobias Hieta <tobias at plexapp.com> Date: Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 11:15 AM To: Hans Wennborg <hans at chromium.org> Cc: llvm-dev <llvm-dev at
2010 Oct 02
2
[LLVMdev] tblgen(75451) malloc: *** error for object 0x7fff5fbfcbd0: pointer being reallocated was not allocated
Current llvm release 2.8 branch at r115409 is broken on x86_64-apple-darwin10. #!/bin/bash -ev export LD=`xcode-select -print-path`/usr/bin/ld xcode-select -print-path ulimit -s `ulimit -s` ulimit -s mv ../clang-2.8 ./tools/clang mkdir ../llvm_objdir cd ../llvm_objdir ../llvm-2.8/configure --prefix=/sw --prefix=/sw --mandir=/sw/share/man --infodir=/sw/share/info --with-gmp=/sw
2012 Sep 16
3
Remaining syntax-check errors in libguestfs
... and why they are (probably) not errors. > bindtextdomain > daemon/guestfsd.c > erlang/erl-guestfs-proto.c > examples/copy_over.c > examples/create_disk.c > examples/display_icon.c > examples/inspect_vm.c > examples/mount_local.c > examples/virt-dhcp-address.c > tests/c-api/test-add-drive-opts.c > tests/c-api/test-add-libvirt-dom.c >
2020 Jan 22
3
[CentOS-announce] Release for CentOS Linux 8 (1911)
.../20 6:49 AM, Peter wrote: >>>> On 16/01/20 4:14 am, Brian Stinson wrote: >>>>> Release for CentOS Linux 8 (1911) >>>>> >>>>> We are pleased to announce the general availability of CentOS Linux 8. >>>> >>>> CentOS 8 was released in September 2019. Don't you mean 8.1? >>> No, they mean CentOS 8 (1911). This was hashed to death back in early >>> CentOS 7 days, so shouldn't need rehashing again...... >> >> No, the hashing ove back then had nothing to do with dropping the minor >>...
2016 Aug 19
8
[3.9 Release] Release Candidate 2 has been tagged
Dear testers, 3.9.0-rc2 was just tagged from the 3.9 branch at r279183. This is a release candidate in the very real sense that if nothing new comes up, this is be what the final release looks like. There are currently no open release blockers, and no patches in my merge-queue. Please build, test, and upload binaries to the sftp. Let me know how everything goes. >From this point, the branch