[llvmlinux] The build is broken

Mark Charlebois charlebm at gmail.com
Thu Feb 28 22:36:23 UTC 2013

The SD card would not boot because the vexpress_defconfig doesn't enable
EXT4. Fixed and pushed.


On Tue, Feb 26, 2013 at 3:59 PM, Mark Charlebois <charlebm at gmail.com> wrote:

> I tested LLVM Linux QEMU with the images from the following site:
> http://romanrm.ru/en/a10/qemu
> The SD card image booted fine. The SD card mounting problem is not a QEMU
> issue.
> I tested test3-gcc as well and it also fails so it doesn't look like a
> clang issue. It appears to be a kernel configuration issue or an issue with
> the current version of the kernel.
> -Mark
> On Mon, Feb 25, 2013 at 8:05 PM, Behan Webster <behanw at converseincode.com>wrote:
>> Sadly a bunch of changes to LLVM/Clang last week broke our buildbot build.
>> Updates to clang would build with our older version of llvm anymore, so I
>> tried to uprev to the latest version. Sadly the latest version of clang
>> segfaults while building arch/arm/mm/context.o, so I'm bisecting to figure
>> out the issue.
>> Also changes to the kernel invalidated some of our patches (most notably
>> vexpress.patch, which means we don't need it anymore). Though with the
>> compiler broken, this means all our builds are now broken...
>> The SD driver still isn't working with QEMU either which means our LTP
>> builds are broken too.
>> And it happened right in the middle of ELC. A Perfect storm of updates
>> which broke everything. *sigh*
>> Please let me know if any of you figure out fixes for any of these
>> problems. The faster we fix this the better. I'm currently trying to figure
>> out what is wrong with the compiler first.
>> Behan
>> --
>> Behan Webster
>> behanw at converseincode.com
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