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I realize this is a question coming from way out in left field -- but where do clang and LLVM fit in TI's dev tool chain plans?
An LLVM back-end for C2000 processors would be extremely interesting to us. I'm aware there's been some 3rd-party work on an MSP430 backend (https://www.fooe.net/trac/llvm-msp430/) but haven't looked into it much.
There are no plans to incorporate these technologies into our tool chains. This technology has a lot going for it, so that could change. But not in the near future.
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In reply to George Mock:
ok, thanks. I hope if there are other people out there interested, that they are expressing that interest to you.
In reply to Jason R Sachs:
I'd also be interested in knowing if there is recent interest in llvm / clang ...
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