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Can't build using MacPorts in OS X

I've submitted a ticket here, but I am pretty pessimistic it'll be addressed. As I say, there, I'm running MacPorts 2.3.1 on OS X 10.9.3. In trying to install llvm-3.2, I get the following error: ...
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Should I use Python or C for a language interpreter? [closed]

I'm planning on writing a language interpreter for a custom language of mine. The language will work similarly to PHP in that it will be run off of a web server and the code will be executed in the ...
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Updating libstdc++ on mac

When trying to compile the latest version of LLVM on Mac OS X 10.8.5 I get the following error/warning about libstdc++ version: === checking whether Clang will select a modern C++ standard library... ...
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How to generate PDF documentation for LLVM?

LLVM comes with html documentation, there are no pdfs to be downloaded. Is there a way of generating PDF documentation for it?
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Are clang and llvm no longer maintained in cygwin?

I cannot find binaries for clang or llvm using cygwin's setup.exe. Are they no longer maintained?
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Creating full, global clang+llvm environment

What is the easiest way to setup full Clang, libc++ and LLVM as default global toolchain? All of my attempts to build it, in most of the configurations I could think of, resulted in working Clang, but ...
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sh: time command not found

In llvm 3.0 test-suite, the snippet of code bellow gives the following error on bash: sh: time command not found if [ "x$RHOST" = x ] ; then ( sh -c "$ULIMITCMD $TIMEIT -p sh -c '$COMMAND ...
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How do I install LLVM 2.9 on Mac OS X Lion?

I need LLVM (2.9 specifically), but I can't figure out how to follow the installation instructions. Could someone kindly provide the step by step console commands for building/installing LLVM in the ...
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Getting clang to work on Fedora 15

I have installed clang via yum: yum install clang Unfortunately, even a simple "Hello World!" won't compile because it tries to use the headers of libstdc++4.6 (which I think have c++0x features ...