llvm: clang not included in 2.8?

Ryan Schmidt ryandesign at macports.org
Tue Oct 12 18:36:24 PDT 2010

On Oct 12, 2010, at 19:02, Takashi Yoshida wrote:

> That's strange. I just tried `which clang` and it came back with '/opt/local/bin/clang'. 
> I also tried running `port contents llvm` and it listed '/opt/local/bin/clang' among other things as well.
> I had older clang installed from version 2.6_2 and 2.7_2 and recently upgraded it to 2.8_0.
> Here's what I get when I run:
> `port installed | grep llvm`
>   llvm @2.6_2
>   llvm @2.7_2
>   llvm @2.8_0+clang (active)
> Strange part is that older versions do not have any variants listed (+clang) and when I upgraded to version 2.8, it appears like it picked up clang variant (which is not listed if you run `port info llvm`) automatically.
> You can try installing the older version of llvm but you may also want to hear from the maintainers first.

llvm @2.8_0 included a clang variant which was on by default.

The variant and clang were removed from llvm in 2.8_1. You'll have to ask the maintainer what the plan is with that. 

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