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ID: 29496, Embarcadero's port of LLDB to Win64

by Calvin Tang Email: Anonymous

Embarcadero's port of LLDB to Win64.

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For C++Builder, Version 1.0  to 18.0 61 downloads
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Updated on Thu, 11 Jul 2013 16:58:25 GMT
Originally uploaded on Thu, 11 Jul 2013 16:56:04 GMT
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These files contain Embarcadero's port of LLDB to Win64:

  • – Windows ports of POSIX functions used by LLDB, gathered from various sites or written in house, none with stricter than BSD-like license
  • – mingw’s LGPL’ed “pthreads32” to support POSIX threads used by LLDB
  • – LLDB 3.1 ported to Windows64 (binary is called libbcceval64.dll)
These files are provided in the hopes that others can benefit from our efforts and merge our Windows64 support back into the public repositories. While we had hoped to do this ourselves, the time to do this has not been available, so we’re posting our raw git repo as is. We hope you will find this port useful.

Defines were added to support our IDE (“bcceval” is the name used to identify these parts of the product), in particular:
Cmake options:

  • -DLLVM_BUILD_BCCEVAL=ON -DLLDB_VENDOR="Embarcadero Technologies Inc."
Preprocessor defines added/used:
See lldb/README for more info, noting that it was intended for internal users. Note that while a full native Win64 build was working at one time, many changes have been added since then which have only been tested with our IDE configuration (i.e. with IN_BCCEVAL defined), so some work may be required to get the full native build working again. There was also an early Linux build at one time which has also suffered from neglect. Some dependencies may exist for changes we’ve added to llvm and clang, but approval to publish those changes has not been granted at this time.

We recommend to first delete all code under the define “IN_BCCEVAL” and “LLDB_ENABLE_DBKCALLBACKS”, as well as the bcceval directories.

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