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Re: llvm toolchain packages

>>> With two exceptions, I have successfully compiled what I believe to be all of the llvm toolchain packages on my Mac.
>>> One exception is lang/compiler-rt; for that I needed the patch the PLIST.Darwin file as below.  Is that ok to commit or is there some reason this is incorrect?
>>> The second exception is devel/lldb, which had the following error during compilation:
>>> [ 36%] Building CXX object source/Plugins/ExpressionParser/Clang/CMakeFiles/lldbPluginExpressionParserClang.dir/ClangHost.cpp.o
>>> /Volumes/NetBSD-boost/NetBSD/pkgsrc/pkgsrc-cvs/devel/lldb/work/lldb-7.0.1.src/source/Plugins/ExpressionParser/Clang/ClangHost.cpp:78:17: error: no matching function for call to 'next'
>>> auto parent = std::next(rev_it);
>>>              ^~~~~~~~~
>>> /Applications/ note: candidate template ignored: disabled by 'enable_if' [with _ForwardIter = llvm::sys::path::reverse_iterator]
>>>   typename enable_if<__is_forward_iterator<_ForwardIter>::value>::type* = 0)
>>>                      ^
>>> The requirement for std::next() is that the first argument be a LegacyForwardIterator (until c++17) or a LegacyInputIterator (since c++17).  In this case, it is a reverse iterator as indicated in the error. Clearly, the type traits in use claim that a reverse iterator does not meet the requirement, so the overload for std::next() is disabled because of SFINAE.
>>> So, what should be done to make this compile on a Mac?  The compiler in use is AppleClang
>>> Thanks for your help.
>>> Cheers,
>>> Brook
>> I think I got different results for "Apple LLVM version 10.0.1 (clang-1001.0.37.7)".
>> Let me try again…
> Please do and report back.
> Did you mean different results on both counts or just one?  I'm guessing you meant the compile error above, but did you also mean the PLIST issue as well?
> Cheers,
> Brook

PLIST.Darwin got broken after the change to OS_DIR. I've fixed that.

As for LLDB, it builds correctly on macOS 10.14 (aka Darwin 18). I have to give it a try on some older macOSes.


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