[cfe-dev] Compiler driver
sanxiyn at gmail.com
Wed Jan 9 19:49:09 CST 2008
2008/1/10, Ted Kremenek <kremenek at apple.com>:
> Besides just checking in the file, I was wondering if it would be
> possible for you to do a few other things as well:
> 1) Could you add an explicit check in 'ccc' for no command line
> (kremenek at grue:Downloads)$ gcc
> i686-apple-darwin9-gcc-4.0.1: no input files
> 2) To house the script we should probably create a new subdirectory in
> the clang tree; e.g. "utils".
> 3) Please add the LLVM copyright notice to the top of the file:
> 4) A brief comment at the top of the file (below the copyright notice)
> about what the script does.
I'm still uncomfortable with writing English, but:
"This script attempts to be a drop-in replacement for gcc."
> 5) Add a (brief) blurb to the web page about the script. This can be
> done by editing the appropriate files in "www". The blurb can be very
> minimal, but this is a good way for people to know that the script
> exists. You can also mention a few limitations/requirements for the
> script to work.
> I am more than happy to do (5) myself. I'm not an expert on Python,
> so I would prefer that you modified the script file yourself (1-4).
Okay, I'm not sure where to add the blurb, so I defer to your better
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