[CFT] tinderbox/universe building clang once

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Bryan Drewery

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Jun 20, 2018, 5:12:44 PM6/20/18
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This will build clang once if any of the targets specified (or
defaulted) require bootstrapping clang.

It probably has some issues with LLD_BOOTSTRAP in some cases. It could
be improved more in the future for reusing more of the tools built but I
think this is good enough for now as it saves the majority of the time
in the bootstrap phases on clang.

This won't work for GCC unless it learns convenient -target support.
Its needed --sysroot support was also broken until some recent work from
John Baldwin but I'm not sure if that has been committed yet.

Also FYI WITH_SYSTEM_LINKER support is now in to avoid building libclang
for lld on archs that have LLD_BOOTSTRAP set.

I'm putting this out for testing since tinderbox/universe take so long
and I can't possibly test all workflows with it myself.

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Bryan Drewery

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Bryan Drewery

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Jun 20, 2018, 8:11:27 PM6/20/18
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On 6/20/2018 2:08 PM, Bryan Drewery wrote:
> https://people.freebsd.org/~bdrewery/patches/universe-one-clang.diff
>
> This will build clang once if any of the targets specified (or
> defaulted) require bootstrapping clang.
>

The longterm plan does include making 'TARGET=arch1 make buildworld' and
'TARGET=arch2 make buildworld' both use the same compiler and various
other build tools. For now this patch only addresses tinderbox/universe
so we can have some progress. I had another implementation that covered
the buildworld case but it was getting too complex and causing conflicts
with other people's work. I'll improve this over time.
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