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Old 12-18-2009, 11:47 AM   #1
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Question Anyone doing much with clang?


I looked a bit, didn't see any threads on this other than the 'clan is now released' thread.

I'm looking at using clang to do a bunch of C/C++ work, wondering if you guys have been using it, what the experience was like, gotchas discovered, etc.

I'll post the results of some tests I'm doing if anyone finds any interest in that.
 
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clang is quite interesting, especially the template support.. but I'm holding off on doing anything serious with it until the C++ language support is sufficiently filled with green and the guys on #c++ on freenode tell me that it's ready to actually use seriously.
 
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Have you been using the llvm back end at all? I know Apple has been really heavy into it.
 
  


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