Thursday, October 18 • 10:00am - 10:30am
Working with Standalone Builds of LLVM sub-projects

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There are two ways to build LLVM sub-projects, the first is to place the sub-project source code in the tools or project directory of the LLVM tree and build everything together. The second way is to build the sub-projects standalone against a pre-compiled build of LLVM.

This talk will focus on how to make standalone builds of sub-projects like clang, lld, compiler-rt, lldb, and libcxx work and how this method can be used to help reduce build times for both developers and CI systems. In addition, we will look at the cmake helpers provided by LLVM and how they are used during the standalone builds and also how you can use them to build your own LLVM-based project in a standalone fashion.


Thursday October 18, 2018 10:00am - 10:30am
2 - Technical Talk (Rm LL21AB)

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