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SubjectRe: [OpenRISC] Removing architectures without upstream gcc support
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On 2018-02-26 12:10, Philipp Wagner wrote:
> Actually the LLVM port of or1k isn't upstream either. CCing
> whitequark, who might know more about the (non-)plans of getting the
> backend upstream. I also don't know of anyone having tried to build
> the openrisc kernel with LLVM, would certainly be an interesting thing
> to try.

I keep the OR1K backend up-to-date and generally in good shape (e.g.
I've got exception handling work and added all missing instructions
to the internal assembler) but upstreaming it is many weeks of work
that I personally cannot spare, and the LLVM community requests that
those who upstream backends maintain buildbots running hardware tests
indefinitely, which I personally cannot afford.

--
whitequark

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