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Bounty: LLVM-Bounty (Phase 1) completedPrint

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After the release of the first release candidate of the cross-compiler LLVM, this bounty project is now successfully completed.

Pascal Papara, who is the initiator and main sponsor, is looking for suggestions for the description of the second phase. The point of the bounty is to simplify the transition to 64 bit.

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#1 | SamuraiCrow on September 27 2011 16:07:08
I suspect we'll have to wait until LLVM 3.0 is out before starting a new bounty since every major version breaks compatibility with the previous versions. Prior to LLVM 2.0 the intermediate representation had signed and unsigned types and proved to be too high level. In 3.0 the type system is going to be made more high-level because the means of eliminating duplicate types proved to be too slow.

Also, if the PNaCl bitcode format is implemented in AROS, it will ease transition to ARM AROS as well as 64-bit AROS.

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