[ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: llvm/clang-3.4.2-3

Yaakov Selkowitz yselkowitz@cygwin.com
Wed Jul 30 06:01:00 GMT 2014

The following packages have been updated in the Cygwin distribution:

* llvm-3.4.2-3
* llvm-doc-3.4.2-3
* libllvm3.4-3.4.2-3
* libllvm-devel-3.4.2-3
* libllvm-devel-static-3.4.2-3
* clang-3.4.2-3
* clang-analyzer-3.4.2-3
* libclang-3.4.2-3
* libclang-devel-3.4.2-3
* libclang-devel-static-3.4.2-3
* python-clang-3.4.2-3
* python3-clang-3.4.2-3
* cygwin32-clang-3.4.2-1 (NEW for x86_64)
* cygwin64-clang-3.4.2-1 (NEW for x86)

The LLVM suite provides libraries and tools for code generation and
optimization.  Also included is Clang, an LLVM native C/C++/ObjC
compiler, and the Clang Static Analyzer, a tool that automatically finds
bugs in code.

This release fixes basic usage of clang for the x86_64-cygwin target by
defaulting to the medium code model along with a few other minor fixes.
Please note that while clang technically works now, it still has not
been extensively tested for Cygwin and therefore (possibly serious) bugs
may remain.

I have also added cross-cygwin clang compilers for each arch.



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