Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 11th Nov 2008 11:44 UTC, submitted by tyrione
General Development LLVM 2.4 has been released. "LLVM 2.4 includes many bug fixes, much faster compile times at -O0, substantially better code generation in various cases, a new PIC16 target, new IR features, and numerous other improvements and features (see the release notes for details)." You can get it at the project's download page.
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RE[2]: Is it really useable?
by adkilla on Wed 12th Nov 2008 18:20 UTC in reply to "RE: Is it really useable?"
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From the LLVM 2.4 release notes:

Known problems with the llvm-gcc C++ front-end
The C++ front-end is considered to be fully tested and works for a number of non-trivial programs, including LLVM itself, Qt, Mozilla, etc.

Exception handling works well on the X86 and PowerPC targets. Currently only Linux and Darwin targets are supported (both 32 and 64 bit).

By the way llvm-gcc is a supported compiler in Qt4 mkspecs.

Edited 2008-11-12 18:21 UTC

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