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Is clang ready for serious embed development?

Posted by Tenacious Techhunter on August 12, 2011
Those of you looking for free toolchains may know about llvm, and by association, clang. If you’ve ever tried finding an embedded development gcc toolchain, you likely know that it’s a terrible headache (particularly on ARM).

Is clang ready for serious embedded development projects, or is it “not quite there yet”?

What toolchain decision/build problems does going with clang solve, and what is left unsolved?

RE: Is clang ready for serious embed development?

Posted by Dave on August 12, 2011
I know people who are experimenting with switching from GCC to clang. I think clang is more uniform and controlled. Never tried myself though.

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