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compilingwithclang [2013/06/01 00:37]
sanel created
compilingwithclang [2013/06/07 06:21]
kraileth Style changes & some language related changes
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 ===== Introduction ===== ===== Introduction =====
-In this short tutorial ​are described ​details ​about compiling edelib and +This short tutorial ​describes the details ​of compiling ​''​edelib'' ​and ''​EDE'' ​with the [[http://​clang.llvm.org/​|Clang]] compiler. It is assumed you 
-EDE with [[http://​clang.llvm.org/​|Clang]] compiler. It is assumed you +already have installed ​Clang version with the needed libraries.
-already have installed Clang version with needed libraries.+
-:!: This tutorial ​is assuming ​you have read InstallationHowTo and +:!: **Note:​** ​This tutorial ​also assumes ​you have read InstallationHowTo and have prepared ​the needed libraries and tools.
-have prepared needed libraries and tools.+
 ===== Compiling FLTK ===== ===== Compiling FLTK =====
-First we are going to compile FLTK. Clang can use libraries compiled +First we are going to compile ​''​FLTK''​''​Clang'' ​can use libraries compiled with ''​GCC''​, so if you can install ​the latest stable version ​of ''​FLTK'' ​with your distribution'​s ​package management system, feel free to do so.
-with gcc, so if you can install latest stable ​FLTK version ​as package +
-with your distribution package management system, feel free to do so.+
-However, if you would like to compile FLTK with Clang, first download +However, if you prefer ​to compile ​''​FLTK'' ​with ''​Clang''​ as well, first download ​''​FLTK'''​s ​source code, unpack it and run the following commands in terminal:
-FLTK source code, unpack it and run the following commands in terminal:+
 <​code>​ <​code>​
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
-or if you would like FLTK location ​on different place (default is +or in case you would like ''​FLTK''​ to be installed ​on different place (default is 
-''​/usr/local''​, use ''​prefix''​) parameter, like:+///usr/local//, use the //prefix//) parameter, like:
 <​code>​ <​code>​
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 ===== Compiling edelib ===== ===== Compiling edelib =====
-edelib ​should ​be compiled ​without ​much of problems and compilation +''​Edelib'' ​should ​compile ​without problems and compilation 
-commands are pretty much the same as for compiling FLTK (except you are +commands are pretty much the same as for compiling ​''​FLTK'' ​(except you are 
-using ''​jam'' ​as build tool). ​Here are they in the order:+using //​JAM// ​as build tool). ​The commands ​in the right order are:
 <​code>​ <​code>​
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
-You can use ''​prefix'' ​parameter ​for desired location. As superuser,+You can use the //prefix// parameter ​to set the desired location. As superuser,
 running: running:
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
-will install edelib ​on desired location.+will install ​''​edelib''​ to the desired location.
 ===== Compiling EDE ===== ===== Compiling EDE =====
-edelib ​compilation commands ​applies ​here too. However, if you are +''​Edelib'' ​compilation commands ​apply here too. However, if you get strange errors like:
-starting to get strange errors like:+
 <​code>​ <​code>​
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
-you are probably running ​latest gcc version with little bit older Clang +you are probably running ​a recent ''​GCC'' ​version with a ''​Clang'' ​version ​a bit older. If your distribution does not provide ​an updated ​''​Clang'' ​package,
-version. If your distribution does not provide updated Clang package,+
 you can apply a small hack. you can apply a small hack.
-/!\ '''​Please note how this hack can change how gcc works, so after you +:!: **Please note that this hack can change how gcc works, so after you change the given file, recompile ​''​EDE'' ​and revert those changes!**
-change the given file, recompile EDE and revert those changes.'''​+
-As superuser, open the file +As superuser, open the file ///​usr/​include/​c++/​VERSION/​PLATFORM-DISTRO/​bits/​c++config.h//, where //VERSION// is the ''​GCC''​ version (like 4.7.2) and //PLATFORM-DISTRO// is distribution specific folder, like //i686-redhat-linux//Find the line:
-''​/​usr/​include/​c++/​VERSION/​PLATFORM-DISTRO/​bits/​c++config.h''​, where +
-''​VERSION'' ​is gcc version (like 4.7.2) and ''​PLATFORM-DISTRO'' ​is +
-distribution specific folder, like ''​i686-redhat-linux''​Locate ​the +
 <code cpp> <code cpp>
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
-which will disable ​gcc builtin atomic access functions. Recompile EDE +which will disable ​''​GCC'' ​builtin atomic access functions. Recompile ​''​EDE'' ​and install it, uncommenting above line afterwards.
-and install it, uncommenting above line.+