[cfe-dev] Why no Debian package for libc++?
mjd at reanimality.com
Fri Jul 26 21:25:48 UTC 2013
This is something that the Debian LLVM/Clang team would handle directly.
I completely agree with your request and seeing as Debian is proving
Debian FreeBSD it makes sense for them to have this available for both
Debian Linux and Debian based FreeBSD.
I've cc'd the Debian Packaging Team on it.
On 07/26/2013 06:42 PM, Sian Mountbatten wrote:
> Dear List
> I have downloaded the latest Debian packages for Clang/LLVM, for which
> I am very
> grateful. It has certainly provided the necessary C++11 tools I need
> for my
> learning of C++11.
> However, I notice that libc++ is missing from those Debian packages.
> Is it possible
> to create a Debian package for the LLVM version of libc++?
> I should like to bring to your attention a small matter concerned with
> I downloaded the source a few days ago and executed the 'buildit'
> script in the
> libcxx/lib directory. This successfully produced libc++.so.1.0 which I
> put into
> /usr/local/lib (plus links).
> Yesterday, I did the same thing again because I wanted the latest
> version. The
> buildit script produced a library which I again moved to
> /usr/local/lib. When I
> used clang++ to use that library, I received a whole lot of error
> messages which
> I have uploaded to my web-site
> Could somebody look at those errors to see what has happened to libc++?
> My system is Debian wheezy 7.1 amd64 with kernel 3.2.0-4-amd64 SMP. My
> locale is
> Sian Mountbatten
> Learning C++!!!
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Marc J. Driftmeyer
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