Kai Nacke | 18 Jun 07:40 2013
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Re: LDC on ARM and PowerPC

Hi Alex!

With the merge of 2.063 and the release of LLVM 3.3 I think it is a good 
time to add Linux/PPC64 to the set of CI builds. I would try to fix or 
disable the failing tests in order to get a clean build.

A precondition is that the build environment has a LLVM 3.3 package. The 
code generator of earlier LLVM versions is not able to compile the IR 
generated by LDC. Would this be possible?

Thanks for your support.

Regards
Kai

On 25.05.2013 07:52, Alex Rønne Petersen wrote:
> Hey folks,
>
> What's the state of LDC on these two architectures? Is it anywhere
> near a point where we should consider adding them to the ci.lycus.org
> LDC job?
>
> Regards,
> Alex
>

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Kai Nacke | 25 May 09:44 2013
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Re: LDC on ARM and PowerPC

On 25.05.2013 07:52, Alex Rønne Petersen wrote:
> What's the state of LDC on these two architectures? Is it anywhere
> near a point where we should consider adding them to the ci.lycus.org
> LDC job?

Hi Alex,

LDC on Linux/PPC64 is nearly finished - currently only 5% of the tests 
do not pass. A CI server for this architecture would be really cool to 
avoid regressions. :-)

PPC32 and ARM are only in its early stages. Both miss important 
implementations like vararg support and thread support. David did some 
work on ARM but this is not yet committed.

Status is also documented on the wiki: 
http://wiki.dlang.org/LDC#Project_status

Regards
Kai

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Alex Rønne Petersen | 25 May 07:52 2013

LDC on ARM and PowerPC

Hey folks,

What's the state of LDC on these two architectures? Is it anywhere
near a point where we should consider adding them to the ci.lycus.org
LDC job?

Regards,
Alex

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David Nadlinger | 20 May 22:20 2013
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digitalmars.D.ldc mailing list interface is live!

Hi all,

Due to some unfortunate coincidences involving Google's SMTP servers and 
an overzealous mail filter, this took quite a bit longer than expected, 
but I am happy to announce:

The digitalmars.D.ldc news group to mailing list setup is now in full 
operation, meaning that you can access the group using either NNTP 
(news.digitalmars.com), email (lists.puremagic.com), and of course the 
web interface at http://forum.dlang.org/.

Thanks a lot again to Jan Knepper, Brad Roberts and Vladimir Panteleev 
for setting this up!

Activity has already shifted away from the ldc-dev Google Group in the 
last weeks and months, and it will be put into moderated mode soon. For 
the time being, please use dm.D.ldc for all discussions, both user- and 
development-related, as the current amount of traffic does not really 
merit a split. If the volume grows unexpectedly, we can always split the 
list again.

Oh, and stay tuned for further updates regarding the upcoming beta 
release!

  — David

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Kai Nacke | 17 Apr 21:01 2013
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Re: Broken builds

Hi Alex,

thanks for the hint. I try to resolve it.

Kai

On 15.04.2013 05:56, Alex Rønne Petersen wrote:
> Hey,
>
> The build has been broken on both openSUSE and Arch Linux for quite a while:
>
> http://ci.lycus.org/job/LDC/label=opensuse-x86-64/151/console
> http://ci.lycus.org/job/LDC/label=archlinux-x86-64/151/console
>

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Alex Rønne Petersen | 15 Apr 05:56 2013

Broken builds

Hey,

The build has been broken on both openSUSE and Arch Linux for quite a while:

http://ci.lycus.org/job/LDC/label=opensuse-x86-64/151/console
http://ci.lycus.org/job/LDC/label=archlinux-x86-64/151/console

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David Nadlinger | 21 Feb 23:44 2013
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New forum, dropping D1 support

Hi everyone,

first, as you might have already noticed, we have a new LDC forum at
http://forum.dlang.org/group/digitalmars.D.ldc. Like the other
digitalmars.D groups, it is also accessible via NNTP. It is intended
to replace this mailing list completely, at least until development
activity is high enough to warrant a developer/user split. Right now
there, seem to be some problems with setting up the mailing list
interface, though, which is why I have not announced the move on this
list earlier.

The main reason I'm writing this message, though, is to alert you of a
forum discussion regarding the status of D1 support in LDC:
http://forum.dlang.org/thread/ivwzfbdqpphkjtmuabra <at> forum.dlang.org.

As the interest in D1 seems to have pretty much faded on the user as
well as the developer side and upstream support for it has ended too,
Kai and I are thinking about dropping D1 support from master very
soon. The next release would already be D2-only, with the D1 code
being »archived« in the form of a Git branch where anybody still
interested could continue to work on it. A short rationale can be
found at the linked discussion.

We would love to hear some opinions on the topic, from users and
contributors alike!

Thanks,
David

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joseph.wakeling | 23 Dec 19:31 2012
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DFLAGS build problems with -release

Hello all,

Just tried to build from GitHub source for the first time in a little while.

I called cmake using the option -DD_FLAGS="-d;-O3;-release" only to be confronted with the following
error during the build:

    [ 21%] ldc2: for the -release option: may only occur zero or one times!

... while removing -release from the DFLAGS corrected this.

Would I be right in assuming that the LDC default build process has been tweaked in response to the
discussion here:
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/ldc-dev/g3nt-HxVhB8

... and that the default DFLAGS are now -d -O3 -release  unless specified otherwise?

Could there be a note on default DFLAGS and how to generate a debug build added to
http://wiki.dlang.org/Building_LDC_from_source please?

Thanks & best wishes,

     -- Joe

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Kai | 17 Dec 10:20 2012
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Re: Build broken on Linux

Hi Alex,

thanks for the hint. The build should be fixed now.

Kai

On 17.12.2012 00:30, Alex Rønne Petersen wrote:
> Looks like a recent commit broke the Linux builds:
> http://ci.lycus.org/job/LDC/
>
> Regards,
> Alex
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Alex Rønne Petersen | 17 Dec 00:30 2012

Build broken on Linux

Looks like a recent commit broke the Linux builds: http://ci.lycus.org/job/LDC/


Regards,
Alex

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David Nadlinger | 11 Dec 19:48 2012
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0.10.0 release status

The release branch for the upcoming release has been created. Feel
free to make a mess of master again. ;)

I'm working on setting up the scripts for building the beta packages
right now, expect an announcement later today.

David

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