On 06.09.2019 14:57, Thomas Klausner wrote: > On Fri, Sep 06, 2019 at 01:00:07PM +0100, Roy Marples wrote: >> On 06/09/2019 11:34, Thomas Klausner wrote: >>> I guess I have to turn off the gcc build as well, but for now I'd like >>> to have both compilers... >> >> I've not been able to build both for many years now. >> As my need for building xen packages out-weighs my social want for LLVM, I >> currently only use gcc :( > > That's not my experience. Without turning on MKSANITIZER, my settings > worked a couple weeks ago (and built both gcc and clang). > Thomas > I have not been working on MKSANITIZER with HAVE_LLVM=no. If it works to some extend, it is an accident. My motivation is to minimize the scope of work to a single compiler and patiently wait for GCC-9.x to land the sources that will get almost all of the sanitizer work merged. The only supported combination is: HAVE_LLVM=yes MKSANITIZER=yes MKGCC=no MKLLVM=yes That said, getting MKSANITIZER=yes HAVE_LLVM=no MKGCC=yes MKLLVM=no to work is possible, but I have not been testing it.
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