[CentOS-devel] llvm-toolset-7.0 availability
hhorak at redhat.com
Wed Sep 4 09:50:50 UTC 2019
I'm a bit puzzled now -- do I understand correctly that gcc 8.3 fulfills
your needs and you can use it instead of the llvm that was previously
On 9/3/19 9:37 PM, Ken Roser wrote:
> I just learned devtoolset-8.1 is now available Perhaps the effort is
> best spent on that package instead.
> On 9/3/19 11:34 AM, Honza Horak wrote:
>> While this is packaged as SCL as well, it is not part of the RHSCL
>> content in Red Hat, so we originally did not pay closer attention to
>> that piece of sw in SCLo SIG.
>> It looks like there is some demand now, so we can probably request cbs
>> tags for that and try to rebuild that SCL, similarly as we do it for
>> other RHSCL content.
>> Ken, if there would be some troubles with rebuilding, would you be
>> willing to help, by any chance?
>> On 9/3/19 3:45 PM, Ken Roser wrote:
>>> Redhat has had llvm-toolset-7.0 available since March 2019. It adds
>>> support for clang and llvm version 7. See
>>> https://developers.redhat.com/blog/2019 ... rust-1-31/
>>> Is this going to be available on Centos 7 and if so, when?
>>> Don't confuse this with llvm-toolset-7 which supports the older clang
>>> version 5 which is already available with Centos 7.
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