clang parser: can libclang be loaded dynamically?
René J.V. Bertin
rjvbertin at gmail.com
Mon Apr 11 14:27:37 UTC 2016
On Monday April 11 2016 16:03:57 Kevin Funk wrote:
> problems where there are no problems.
Which reminds me a bit of a Bob Marley song ...
> Please have a look how
> well-established distributions (Debian/Ubuntu/whatever) handle package
> upgrades / package splitting / avoiding dependency hell / etc. pp..
I know Deb'Untu. That's on Linux, similar approaches do not exist on OS X and MSWin, to my knowledge.
Actually, Fink is based on apt/dpkg, but I cannot recall that they do package splitting.
> Please read  (or similar takes on that topic), then you understand why it
> is "not that easy". It's common on Windows to compile *everything* from
> source, since binaries produced by different VS versions are not interopable.
Right, I tend to forget that clang/llvm are written in C++.
Oh well, "they" just have to build as much as possible against libc++ O:-)
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