Generate Pkg-Config configuration file for LLVM
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llvm-base package is fragile due to its configuration process.
It would be much simpler, if LLVM would support pkg-config
since this is nicely integrated in Cabal.
However, LLVM developers do not seem to care much about it:
If we are lucky we get pkg-config support in Debian Linux.
Until this comes true, you can use this program.
llvm-config and writes its output to a PC file.
llvm-config and writes the generated file to standard output.
sudo llvm-pkg-config --install
installs the PC file at a default location. This should be the standard task to perform.
if you have multiple versions of LLVM installed
you may choose an
llvm-config other than the default one.
You can check, whether your config file is found by
pkg-config --modversion llvm
It should show the version number of LLVM you want to use.
If you install
llvm.pc in a non-standard location
you may need to extend the search path for
The package also includes the bash script
that should also generate the