So I am a new linux user and new to programming, and I wanted to learn some of the C style languages. One of the online courses that I'm taking provides me a vm environment with clang istalled and ...
I have a Mac with command-line developer tools installed, including Apple's LLVM C compiler, present as /bin/gcc. How can I get a real gcc installed so that e.g. make will see the standard gcc ...
So I was surfing the net and stumbled upon this article. It basically states that FreeBSD, starting from Version 10 and above will deprecate GCC in favor of Clang/LLVM. From what I have seen around ...
I am trying to have llvm and clang on a centOS 5 without root permissions. I tried to do it downloading llvm and clang src packages and trying the ususal configure, make and make install steps as ...
I've just discovered the wonderful gcc-snapshot package for Ubuntu. I don't see a clang-snapshot or llvm-snapshot package though. Is there an equivalent for clang?
Is there a Linux distro compiled with clang/llvm? It looks like as of late 2010 the kernel was working. If not, would it be more likely to be a technical or licensing issue?