the help pages unfortunately still refer to before the LLVM project
moved to the monorepository, a few things may have changed since then.
I myself haven't' tested whether the out-of-tree build still works for
a while. However, it is essential that the version of LLVM and the
version of Polly are the very same, down the very git commit. The LLVM
C++ API changes regularly and every such change causes an
incompatibility. That is, it would be best if you get the source for
Polly from Cent OS itself since their distribution might have added
patches relative to the upstream upstream repository. I would not
recommend an out-of-tree build for beginners since a lot more things
can go wrong.
Finding the installed LLVM is done by cmake. See
documentation. A "-devel" package being required when compiling
software that depends on another library is nothing unusual.
Am Di., 13. Apr. 2021 um 01:35 Uhr schrieb Saheed Bolarinwa
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