Category : clang

I’m trying to activate continuous mode on llvm,clang but smth is going wrong. According to the notes in commit, sequence of following commands should work on Linux 1)clang++-13 -fprofile-instr-generate -fcoverage-mapping -mllvm -runtime-counter-relocation=true -o %t.exe %s 2)LLVM_PROFILE_FILE="%c%t.profraw" %t.exe 3)llvm-profdata show –counts –all-functions %t.profraw On the third step such error appears – ‘Unsupported instrumentation profile format version’ ..

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I am new to the clang++ compiler flags. I have an issue regarding compilation. Here is my cmd: clang++ -I ../llvm-project/llvm/include -I ../llvm-project/clang/include -I ../llvm-project/build/tools/clang/include -I ../llvm-project/build/include -O3 -c $(llvm-config-7 –cxxflags) projectToTestHeadersBuilding.cpp -o projectToTestHeadersBuilding I am getting error: ./projectToTestHeadersBuilding: cannot execute binary file: Exec format error After execution I have projectToTestHeadersBuilding file. But I can ..

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Assembly included. This weekend I tried to get my own small library running without any C libs and the thread local stuff is giving me problems. Below you can see I created a struct called Try1 (because it’s my first attempt!) If I set the thread local variable and use it, the code seems to ..

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Follow-up question for Clang on Windows: how to disable the default MSVC compatibility?. Context: "clang on Windows" uses MSVC C++ library: $ /cygdrive/d/LLVM/13.0.0/bin/clang.exe P92092.C -fno-ms-compatibility -fno-ms-extensions C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft Visual Studio19ProfessionalVCToolsMSVC.29.30133includevcruntime.h:364:18: error: expected ‘;’ after top level declarator _CRT_END_C_HEADER Here we see that under -fno-ms-compatibility -fno-ms-extensions clang still uses MSVC C++ library. Question: How to ..

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I use clang-tidy static code analyzer $ clang-tidy –version LLVM (http://llvm.org/): LLVM version 11.0.1 Optimized build. Default target: x86_64-pc-linux-gnu Host CPU: skylake Given a code #include <valarray> std::valarray<int> f() { const std::valarray<int> r(0, 4UL); return r; } int main() { std::valarray<int> a{f()}; return a[1UL]; } I’ve got an error Undefined or garbage value returned to ..

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