DragonFly in GCC tests


Thanks to John Marino and people I don’t know the name of in the gcc project, DragonFly is now part of the gcc test suite.

“What about clang?” you say?  We’re not picky; DragonFly works with either.

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  1. John says:

    Getting the testsuite updated was a consequence of getting DragonFly as an official GCC target, which is much better news.

    This is a much more interesting link:

    https://gcc.gnu.org/viewcvs/gcc?view=revision&revision=210694

  2. Anonymous says:

    Wait a second, are you telling me I can compile kernel and world with clang if I got the urge to? What about all of dports?

  3. Don’t know about dports, though since FreeBSD is using it, it’s probable.

    I remember you can do world with clang on DragonFly, and the kernel was nearly compilable.

    http://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/mailarchive/kernel/2011-11/msg00005.html

    Try it and see.

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