Bug#764530: llvm-toolchain-3.4: FTBFS on arm64
sylvestre at debian.org
Thu Oct 9 16:36:46 UTC 2014
On 09/10/2014 18:29, Wookey wrote:
> +++ Sylvestre Ledru [2014-10-09 17:20 +0200]:
>> On 09/10/2014 17:15, Wookey wrote:
>>> +++ Renato Golin [2014-10-09 15:55 +0100]:
>>>> Release 3.4 had the old AArch64 back-end that is now deprecated and
>>>> removed. I wouldn't bother with that, as it could bring a lot of
>>>> incompatibility issues between 3.4 and 3.5.
>>>> For all purposes, AArch64 support in LLVM begins with 3.5.
>>> OK, in that case can we just mark 3.3 and 3.4 as 'not built on arm64'?
>>> I assume nothing build-deps on them. Sylvestre?
>> Actually, it was already disabled. Just a temp directory to create to
>> make dh_install happy
> I think we are talking at cross-purposes here. You are talking about
> the debugger, I am talking about the whole package. If 3.4 is best not
> used on arm64, then why are we building it at all on this
> arch. Because cross-compilers (i.e used of 3.4 but other back-ends)?
> Because build-deps?
> Similar questions for 3.3.
OK. My bad :)
I don't have any opinion on this. I am not restricting the arch in the
But you have to know that there are packages explicitly depending on 3.4
(ghc for example).
About 3.3, see bug 753965
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