That's LLVM trying to use the a frontend which you don't have. You can install llvm-gcc to make it work, but I bet the AUR package isn't compatible with our new LLVM yet, I'll work on fixing that for the AUR maintainer once we finalize LLVM 2.6.
Here's a reworked LLVM/Clang PKGBUILD, with some improvements from Evangelos's PKGBUILD (and a number of fixes to it, as well).
I removed the perl dep because perl's in [core], for example.
On Sat, Oct 31, 2009 at 9:39 AM, Imanol Celaya < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Sat, Oct 31, 2009 at 2:36 AM, Evangelos Foutras email@example.com wrote:
Evangelos Foutras wrote:
Andrea Scarpino wrote:
On 30/10/2009, Ranguvar firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
The package 'llvm' is an orphaned [communuity] package. I'd like to request that it me moved to the AUR so I can maintain it (I have an update and overhaul ready) and I can also create a 'clang' package for it. (split package for llvm AND clang) Then it can be adopted by a TU if they
to bring it back into [community].
I vote for "move it on AUR"
I believe it should be kept in [community] as it takes a considerable amount of time to compile (around 10 minutes on a C2D 2.66 GHz, using
I must say I know close to nothing about LLVM, but I'm willing to
it and learn along the way. So, unless a more knowledgeable TU shows interest, I'll adopt it in [community] and upload a new package (based
Ranguvar's PKGBUILD) in the following weeks.
I've uploaded llvm 2.6-1 to [community-testing]. It doesn't include
as I believe it should be built as a separate package. I think it's
to download both llvm and clang tarballs, place clang inside the tools subdirectory and run `make install' from there. We'll need to investigate this possibility.
Testing of the uploaded packages would be appreciated. :)
I've found an error:
[ilcra1989@acheron ~]$ llvmc test.c llvmc: Can't find program 'llvm-gcc'