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|* Vasudev Kamath (firstname.lastname@example.org) [when time permits]|
Clang as a second compiler
The goal is to provide a version of Debian built using Clang instead of gcc.
Currently, any C, C++ or Objective C codes are built using gcc and g++. About 11.6% of the packages in archive are failing. However:
About 600 of them will be fixed with the release of clang 3.4 (see haskell-*)
Some changes will be pushed upstream to decrease the severity of the combination -Wall & -Werror
The method to switch from compiler remains to be decided. A few solutions can be considered:
Make sure that the Release Goal debian/rules honors CC and CXX is implemented.
- Force the usage of /usr/bin/cc and /usr/bin/c++ (but cross builder people are likely to complain)
- Continue, for now, the violent replace of gcc*, g++* by clang.
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