[foreign] Running tests on Windows
maurizio.cimadamore at oracle.com
Wed Sep 19 21:29:12 UTC 2018
Maybe try with the /showInclude option - to see where cl.exe is looking
for things? Perhaps some odd path will pop out and point you in the
On 19/09/18 22:11, Maurizio Cimadamore wrote:
> On 19/09/18 21:58, Jorn Vernee wrote:
>> Maurizio Cimadamore schreef op 2018-09-19 22:05:
>>> First off - thanks for doing this; it's immensely appreciated.
>>> as for this:
>>> JtregNativeJdk.gmk:96: warning: ignoring old recipe for target
>>> I'm getting similar warnings too, but for Hello.so. I think that's how
>>> supposed to work but then again I'm not a build guru and I haven't
>>> digged too deep (yet) to figure out what's causing that. But I get
>>> that too, so I think we can ignore that for the time being.
>>> I agree that we should focus on Win x64.
>>> About the 'cannot locate clang' that's the first hurdle that we should
>>> be able to solve. First question: what's in your /cygdrive/j/LLVM
>>> folder? Is that a straight download of the LLVM binaries?
>> Hi Maurizo,
>> I just downloaded the pre-built binary of LLVM 6.0.1 for Windows
>> (64-bit) from http://releases.llvm.org/download.html which comes as
>> an installer that creates the LLVM folder.
>> I've made a gist with the folder structure here
>> So you can take a look if you want. Everything seems to be in the
>> right place, except for the DLL. But the error I'm seeing seems to be
>> from the compiler not finding the header files.
> That seems ok.
> On this:
> conftest.cpp(52): fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file:
> 'clang-c/Index.h': No such file or directory
> I also thought that the problem could lie in the forward slash in the
> #include directive, but that seems accepted by MSVC and converted
> So it seems like your issue is: if you try to compile a c/cpp file
> with an include to clang-c/Index.h using MSVC from cygwin, that fails,
> correct? Which in turns trips up the build configure script.
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