Appendix A: Getting Started: Installing LLVM and the Cpu0 example code

Cpu0 example code, lbdex, can be found at near left bottom of this web site. Or here

In this chapter, we will run through how to set up LLVM using if you are using Mac OS X or Linux. For information on using cmake to build LLVM, please refer to the “Building LLVM with CMake” [1] documentation for further information.

We will install two llvm directories in this chapter. One is the directory ~/llvm/release/ which contains the clang and clang++ compiler we will use to translate the C/C++ input file into llvm IR. The other is the directory ~/llvm/test/ which contains our cpu0 backend program without clang and clang++.

This chapter details the installation of related software for this book. If you are know well in llvm/clang installation or think it is too details, you can run the bash script files after you install the Xcode and cmake as follows,

118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ pwd
118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ cp /Users/Jonathan/Downloads/
lbdex.tar.gz .
118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ tar -zxvf lbdex.tar.gz
118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ cd lbdex/install_llvm
118-165-78-111:install_llvm Jonathan$ ls
118-165-78-111:install_llvm Jonathan$ bash
118-165-78-111:install_llvm Jonathan$ bash

The contents of these two script files as follows,


#!/usr/bin/env bash


# Download address can be gotten from "Copy link location" of right clicking 
# mouse on firefox browser on download page.
curl -O${VERSION}/llvm-${VERSION}.src.tar.xz
curl -O${VERSION}/cfe-${VERSION}.src.tar.xz


#!/usr/bin/env bash


if ! test -d ${LLVM_DIR}; then
  mkdir ${LLVM_DIR}

if [ -e /proc/cpuinfo ]; then
    export procs=`cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep processor | wc -l`
    export procs=1

if ! test -d ${LLVM_RELEASE_DIR}; then
  tar -xf llvm-${VERSION}.src.tar.xz -C ${LLVM_RELEASE_DIR}
  tar -xf cfe-${VERSION}.src.tar.xz -C ${LLVM_RELEASE_DIR}/src/tools
  mv ${LLVM_RELEASE_DIR}/src/tools/cfe-${VERSION}.src \
  mkdir ${LLVM_RELEASE_DIR}/cmake_release_build
  pushd ${LLVM_RELEASE_DIR}/cmake_release_build
  OS=`uname -s`
  echo "OS =" ${OS}
  if [ "$OS" == "Linux" ]; then
    cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -G "Unix Makefiles" ../src
    make -j$procs -l$procs
  else [ "$OS" == "Darwin" ];
    cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -G "Xcode" ../src
    xcodebuild -project "LLVM.xcodeproj"

Setting Up Your Mac

The Xcode include clang and llvm already. The following three sub-sections are needless. List them just for readers who like to build clang and llvm with cmake GUI interface.

Installing Xcode and cmake


Fix centering for figure captions.

Install Xcode from the Mac App Store. Then install cmake, which can be found here: [3]. Before installing cmake, ensure you can install applications you download from the Internet. Open System Preferences ‣ Security & Privacy. Click the lock to make changes, and under “Allow applications downloaded from:” select the radio button next to “Anywhere.” See Fig. 29 below for an illustration. You may want to revert this setting after installing cmake.


Fig. 29 Adjusting Mac OS X security settings to allow cmake installation.

Alternatively, you can mount the cmake .dmg image file you downloaded. Untar the latest cmake for Darwin, copy the cmake /Applications/ and set PATH as follows,

114-43-208-90:cmake_release_build Jonathan$ cat ~/.profile
export PATH=$PATH:/Applications/

Install Icarus Verilog tool on iMac

Install Icarus Verilog tool by command brew install icarus-verilog as follows,

JonathantekiiMac:~ Jonathan$ brew install icarus-verilog
==> Downloading
######################################################################## 100.0%
######################################################################## 100.0%
==> ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/Cellar/icarus-verilog/0.9.5
==> make
==> make installdirs
==> make install
/usr/local/Cellar/icarus-verilog/0.9.5: 39 files, 12M, built in 55 seconds

Install other tools on iMac

These tools mentioned in this section is for coding and debug. You can work even without these tools. Files compare tools Kdiff3 came from web site [7]. FileMerge is a part of Xcode, you can type FileMerge in Finder – Applications as Fig. 30 and drag it into the Dock as Fig. 31.


Fig. 30 Type FileMerge in Finder – Applications


Fig. 31 Drag FileMege into the Dock

Download tool Graphviz for display llvm IR nodes in debugging, [8]. We choose mountainlion as Fig. 32 since our iMac is Mountain Lion.


Fig. 32 Download graphviz for llvm IR node display

After install Graphviz, please set the path to .profile. For example, we install the Graphviz in directory /Applications/, so add this path to /User/Jonathan/.profile as follows,

118-165-12-177:InputFiles Jonathan$ cat /Users/Jonathan/.profile
export PATH=$PATH:/Applications/

The Graphviz information for llvm is at section “SelectionDAG Instruction Selection Process” ” of “The LLVM Target-Independent Code Generator” here [9] and at section “Viewing graphs while debugging code” of “LLVM Programmer’s Manual” here [10]. TextWrangler is for edit file with line number display and dump binary file like the obj file, *.o, that will be generated in chapter of Generating object files if you havn’t gobjdump available. You can download from App Store. To dump binary file, first, open the binary file, next, select menu “File – Hex Front Document” as Fig. 33. Then select “Front document’s file” as Fig. 34.


Fig. 33 Select Hex Dump menu


Fig. 34 Select Front document’s file in TextWrangler

Install binutils by command brew install binutils as follows,

118-165-77-214:~ Jonathan$ brew install binutils
==> Downloading
######################################################################## 100.0%
==> ./configure --program-prefix=g --prefix=/usr/local/Cellar/binutils/2.22
==> make
==> make install
/usr/local/Cellar/binutils/2.22: 90 files, 19M, built in 4.7 minutes
118-165-77-214:~ Jonathan$ ls /usr/local/Cellar/binutils/2.22
COPYING     README      lib
ChangeLog     bin       share
INSTALL_RECEIPT.json    include       x86_64-apple-darwin12.2.0
118-165-77-214:binutils-2.23 Jonathan$ ls /usr/local/Cellar/binutils/2.22/bin
gaddr2line  gc++filt  gnm   gobjdump  greadelf  gstrings
gar   gelfedit  gobjcopy  granlib gsize   gstrip

Installing clang

Xcode include clang execution file to compile code already, but if the version of Xcode’s clang is not as new as the llvm we want to install later, then we need to install and build the clang with llvm as this sub-section.

Please download LLVM latest release version 3.9 (llvm, clang) from the “LLVM Download Page” [2]. Then extract them using tar -xvf {llvm-3.9.0.src.tar.xz, cfe-3.9.0.src.tar.xz}, and change the llvm source code root directory into src. After that, move the clang source code to src/tools/clang as shown as follows. The compiler-rt should not installed in iMac OS X 10.9 and Xcode 5.x. If you did as clang installation web document, it will has compiler error.

118-165-78-111:Downloads Jonathan$ tar -xvf cfe-3.9.0.src.tar.xz
118-165-78-111:Downloads Jonathan$ tar -xvf llvm-3.9.0.src.tar.xz
118-165-78-111:Downloads Jonathan$ mv llvm-3.9.0.src src
118-165-78-111:Downloads Jonathan$ mv cfe-3.9.0.src src/tools/clang
118-165-78-111:Downloads Jonathan$ pwd
118-165-78-111:Downloads Jonathan$ ls
cfe-3.9.0.src.tar.xz        llvm-3.9.0.src.tar.xz
118-165-78-111:Downloads Jonathan$ ls src/tools/
CMakeLists.txt  clang       llvm-as         llvm-dis        llvm-mcmarkup
llvm-readobj    llvm-stub   LLVMBuild.txt   gold            llvm-bcanalyzer
llvm-dwarfdump  llvm-nm     llvm-rtdyld     lto             Makefile
llc             llvm-config llvm-extract    llvm-objdump    llvm-shlib
macho-dump      bugpoint    lli             llvm-cov        llvm-link
llvm-prof       llvm-size   opt             bugpoint-passes llvm-ar
llvm-diff       llvm-mc     llvm-ranlib     llvm-stress

Next, copy the LLVM source to /Users/Jonathan/llvm/release/src by executing the terminal command cp -rf /Users/Jonathan/Downloads/src /Users/Jonathan/llvm/release/..

Create LLVM.xcodeproj by terminal cmake command

We installed llvm source code with clang on directory /Users/Jonathan/llvm/release/ in last section. Now, will generate the LLVM.xcodeproj in this chapter.

114-43-213-176:release Jonathan$ pwd
114-43-213-176:release Jonathan$ mkdir cmake_release_build
114-43-213-176:release Jonathan$ cd cmake_release_build
114-43-213-176:cmake_release_build Jonathan$ cmake -DCMAKE_CXX_COMPILER=clang++
-G "Xcode" ../src
114-43-213-176:cmake_release_build Jonathan$ ls
... LLVM.xcodeproj

Build llvm by Xcode

Now, LLVM.xcodeproj is created. Open the cmake_release_build/LLVM.xcodeproj by Xcode and click menu “Product – Build” as Fig. 35.


Fig. 35 Click Build button to build LLVM.xcodeproj by Xcode

After few minutes of build, the clang, llc, llvm-as, ..., can be found in cmake_release_build/Debug/bin/ as follows.

118-165-78-111:cmake_release_build Jonathan$ cd Debug/bin/
118-165-78-111:bin Jonathan$ pwd
118-165-78-111:bin Jonathan$ ls

To access those execution files, edit .profile (if you .profile not exists, please create file .profile), save .profile to /Users/Jonathan/, and enable $PATH by command source .profile as follows. Please add path /Applications// to .profile if you didn’t add it after Xcode download.

118-165-65-128:~ Jonathan$ pwd
118-165-65-128:~ Jonathan$ cat .profile
export PATH=$PATH:/Applications/
export WORKON_HOME=$HOME/.virtualenvs
source /usr/local/bin/ # where Homebrew places it
export VIRTUALENVWRAPPER_VIRTUALENV_ARGS='--no-site-packages' # optional
118-165-65-128:~ Jonathan$

Create LLVM.xcodeproj of supporting Cpu0 by terminal cmake command

We have installed llvm with clang on directory llvm/release/. Now, we want to install llvm with our cpu0 backend code on directory llvm/test/ in this section.

This book is on the process of merging into llvm trunk but not finished yet. The merged llvm trunk version on lbd git hub is LLVM 3.9 released version. The lbd of Cpu0 example code is also based on llvm 3.9. So, please install the llvm 3.9 debug version as the llvm release 3.9 installation, but without clang since the clang will waste time in build the Cpu0 backend tutorial code. Steps as follows,

The details of installing Cpu0 backend example code as follows,

118-165-78-111:llvm Jonathan$ mkdir test
118-165-78-111:llvm Jonathan$ cd test
118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ pwd
118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ cp /Users/Jonathan/Downloads/llvm-3.9.0.src.tar.xz .
118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ tar -xvf llvm-3.9.0.src.tar.xz
118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ mv llvm-3.9.0.src src
118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ cp /Users/Jonathan/Downloads/
lbdex.tar.gz .
118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ tar -zxvf lbdex.tar.gz
118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ cp -rf lbdex/src/modify/src/* src/.
118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ grep -R "Cpu0" src/include
src/include/llvm/MC/MCExpr.h:    VK_Cpu0_GPREL,
src/include/llvm/MC/MCExpr.h:    VK_Cpu0_GOT_CALL,
src/include/llvm/MC/MCExpr.h:    VK_Cpu0_GOT16,
src/include/llvm/MC/MCExpr.h:    VK_Cpu0_GOT,
src/include/llvm/MC/MCExpr.h:    VK_Cpu0_ABS_HI,
src/include/llvm/MC/MCExpr.h:    VK_Cpu0_ABS_LO,
src/lib/MC/MCExpr.cpp:  case VK_Cpu0_GOT_PAGE: return "GOT_PAGE";
src/lib/MC/MCExpr.cpp:  case VK_Cpu0_GOT_OFST: return "GOT_OFST";
src/lib/Target/LLVMBuild.txt:subdirectories = ARM CellSPU CppBackend Hexagon
MBlaze MSP430 NVPTX Mips Cpu0 PowerPC Sparc X86 XCore
118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$

Next, please copy Cpu0 example code according the following commands,

118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ pwd
118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ cp -rf lbdex/Cpu0 src/lib/Target/.
118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ ls src/lib/Target/Cpu0
CMakeLists.txt              Cpu0TargetMachine.cpp   TargetInfo
Cpu0.h                   ExampleCode             readme                      LLVMBuild.txt   Cpu0Subtarget.h         MCTargetDesc
118-165-80-55:Cpu0 Jonathan$

Now, it’s ready for building llvm/test/src code by command cmake as follows.

118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ pwd
118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ ls
118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ mkdir cmake_debug_build
118-165-78-111:test Jonathan$ cd cmake_debug_build/
118-165-78-111:cmake_debug_build Jonathan$ cmake -DCMAKE_CXX_COMPILER=clang++
-G "Xcode" ../src/
-- The C compiler identification is Clang 5.0
-- The CXX compiler identification is Clang 5.0
-- Check for working C compiler using: Xcode
-- Targeting Cpu0
-- Performing Test SUPPORTS_GLINE_TABLES_ONLY_FLAG - Success
-- Performing Test SUPPORTS_NO_C99_EXTENSIONS_FLAG - Success
-- Configuring done
-- Generating done
-- Build files have been written to: /Users/Jonathan/llvm/test/cmake_debug_build
118-165-78-111:cmake_debug_build Jonathan$

Now, you can build this llvm build with Cpu0 backend only by Xcode.

On iMac, tt also can do cmake and make with `cmake -G "Unix Makefiles" same as the Linux as the following section.

Since Xcode use clang compiler and lldb instead of gcc and gdb, we can run lldb debug as follows,

118-165-65-128:InputFiles Jonathan$ pwd
118-165-65-128:InputFiles Jonathan$ clang -c ch3.cpp -emit-llvm -o ch3.bc
118-165-65-128:InputFiles Jonathan$ /Users/Jonathan/llvm/test/
cmake_debug_build/Debug/bin/llc -march=mips -relocation-model=pic -filetype=asm
ch3.bc -o ch3.mips.s
118-165-65-128:InputFiles Jonathan$ lldb -- /Users/Jonathan/llvm/test/
cmake_debug_build/Debug/bin/llc -march=mips -relocation-model=pic -filetype=
asm ch3.bc -o ch3.mips.s
Current executable set to '/Users/Jonathan/llvm/test/cmake_debug_build/bin/
Debug/llc' (x86_64).
(lldb) b MipsTargetInfo.cpp:19
breakpoint set --file 'MipsTargetInfo.cpp' --line 19
Breakpoint created: 1: file ='MipsTargetInfo.cpp', line = 19, locations = 1
(lldb) run
Process 6058 launched: '/Users/Jonathan/llvm/test/cmake_debug_build/Debug/bin/
llc' (x86_64)
Process 6058 stopped
* thread #1: tid = 0x1c03, 0x000000010077f231 llc`LLVMInitializeMipsTargetInfo
+ 33 at MipsTargetInfo.cpp:20, stop reason = breakpoint 1.1
  frame #0: 0x000000010077f231 llc`LLVMInitializeMipsTargetInfo + 33 at
   18   extern "C" void LLVMInitializeMipsTargetInfo() {
   19     RegisterTarget<Triple::mips,
-> 20           /*HasJIT=*/true> X(TheMipsTarget, "mips", "Mips");
   22     RegisterTarget<Triple::mipsel,
   23           /*HasJIT=*/true> Y(TheMipselTarget, "mipsel", "Mipsel");
(lldb) n
Process 6058 stopped
* thread #1: tid = 0x1c03, 0x000000010077f24f llc`LLVMInitializeMipsTargetInfo
+ 63 at MipsTargetInfo.cpp:23, stop reason = step over
  frame #0: 0x000000010077f24f llc`LLVMInitializeMipsTargetInfo + 63 at
   20           /*HasJIT=*/true> X(TheMipsTarget, "mips", "Mips");
   22     RegisterTarget<Triple::mipsel,
-> 23           /*HasJIT=*/true> Y(TheMipselTarget, "mipsel", "Mipsel");
   25     RegisterTarget<Triple::mips64,
   26           /*HasJIT=*/false> A(TheMips64Target, "mips64", "Mips64
(lldb) print X
(llvm::RegisterTarget<llvm::Triple::ArchType, true>) $0 = {}
(lldb) quit
118-165-65-128:InputFiles Jonathan$

About the lldb debug command, please reference [4] or lldb portal [5].

Setting Up Your Linux Machine

Install Icarus Verilog tool on Linux

Download the snapshot version of Icarus Verilog tool from web site, or go to and click snapshot version link. Follow the INSTALL file guide to install it.

Install other tools on Linux

Download Graphviz from [11] according your Linux distribution. Files compare tools Kdiff3 came from web site [7].

Install LLVM 3.9 release build on Linux

First, install the llvm release build by,

  1. Untar llvm source, rename llvm source with src.
  2. Untar clang and move it src/tools/clang.

Next, build with cmake command, cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DCLANG_BUILD _EXAMPLES=ON -DLLVM_BUILD_EXAMPLES=ON -G "Unix Makefiles" ../src/, as follows.

[Gamma@localhost cmake_release_build]$ pwd
[Gamma@localhost cmake_release_build]$ cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release
-- The C compiler identification is GNU 4.8.2
-- Constructing LLVMBuild project information
-- Targeting XCore
-- Clang version: 3.9
-- Found Subversion: /usr/bin/svn (found version "1.7.6")
-- Configuring done
-- Generating done
-- Build files have been written to: /home/cschen/llvm/release/cmake_release_build

After cmake, run command make, then you can get clang, llc, llvm-as, ..., in cmake_release_build/bin/ after a few tens minutes of build. To speed up make process via SMP power, please check your core numbers by the following command then do make the next.

[Gamma@localhost cmake_release_build]$ cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep processor | wc -l
[Gamma@localhost cmake_release_build]$ make -j8 -l8

Next, edit /home/Gamma/.bash_profile with adding /home/cschen/llvm/release/cmake_release_build/ bin to PATH to enable the clang, llc, ..., command search path, as follows,

[Gamma@localhost ~]$ pwd
[Gamma@localhost ~]$ cat .bash_profile
# .bash_profile

# Get the aliases and functions
if [ -f ~/.bashrc ]; then
  . ~/.bashrc

# User specific environment and startup programs


export PATH
[Gamma@localhost ~]$ source .bash_profile
[Gamma@localhost ~]$ $PATH
bash: /usr/lib64/qt-3.3/bin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/local/sbin:

Install Cpu0 debug build on Linux

This book is on the process of merging into llvm trunk but not finished yet. The merged llvm trunk version on lbd git hub is LLVM 3.9 released version. The Cpu0 example code is also based on llvm 3.9. So, please install the llvm 3.9 debug version as the llvm release 3.9 installation, but without clang since the clang will waste time in build the Cpu0 backend tutorial code. Steps as follows,

The details of installing Cpu0 backend example code according the following list steps, and the corresponding commands shown as below,

  1. Enter ~/llvm/test/ and get Cpu0 example code as well as the llvm 3.9.
  2. Make dir Cpu0 in src/lib/Target and download example code.
  3. Update llvm modified source files to support cpu0 by command cp -rf lbdex/src/modify/src/* src/..
  4. Check step 3 is effective by command , grep -R "Cpu0" . | more`. We add the Cpu0 backend support, so check with grep.
  5. Copy Cpu0 bakend code by command, cp -rf lbdex/Cpu0 src/lib/Target/..
  6. Remove clang from ~/llvm/test/src/tools/clang, and mkdir test/cmake_debug_build. Otherwise you will waste extra time for command make in Cpu0 example code build with clang.
[Gamma@localhost llvm]$ mkdir test
[Gamma@localhost llvm]$ cd test
[Gamma@localhost test]$ pwd
[Gamma@localhost test]$ cp /home/Gamma/Downloads/llvm-3.9.0.src.tar.xz .
[Gamma@localhost test]$ tar -xvf llvm-3.9.0.src.tar.xz
[Gamma@localhost test]$ mv llvm-3.9.0.src src
[Gamma@localhost test]$ cp /Users/Jonathan/Downloads/
lbdex.tar.gz .
[Gamma@localhost test]$ tar -zxvf lbdex.tar.gz
[Gamma@localhost test]$ cp -rf lbdex/src/modify/src/* src/.
[Gamma@localhost test]$ grep -R "cpu0" src/include
src/include//llvm/ADT/Triple.h:    cpu0,    // For Tutorial Backend Cpu0
src/include//llvm/MC/MCExpr.h:    VK_Cpu0_GPREL,
src/include//llvm/MC/MCExpr.h:    VK_Cpu0_GOT_CALL,
[Gamma@localhost test]$ cp -rf lbdex/Cpu0 src/lib/Target/.
[Gamma@localhost test]$ ls src/lib/Target/Cpu0

Now, create directory cmake_debug_build and do cmake just like build the llvm/release, except we do Debug build with Cpu0 backend only, and use clang as our compiler instead, as follows,

[Gamma@localhost test]$ pwd
[Gamma@localhost test]$ mkdir cmake_debug_build
[Gamma@localhost test]$ cd cmake_debug_build/
[Gamma@localhost cmake_debug_build]$ cmake -DCMAKE_CXX_COMPILER=clang++
-G "Unix Makefiles" ../src/
-- The C compiler identification is Clang 3.9.0
-- The CXX compiler identification is Clang 3.9.0
-- Check for working C compiler: /home/cschen/llvm/release/cmake_release_build/bin/
-- Check for working C compiler: /home/cschen/llvm/release/cmake_release_build/bin/
 -- works
-- Detecting C compiler ABI info
-- Detecting C compiler ABI info - done
-- Check for working CXX compiler: /home/cschen/llvm/release/cmake_release_build/
-- Check for working CXX compiler: /home/cschen/llvm/release/cmake_release_build/
 -- works
-- Targeting Mips
-- Targeting Cpu0
-- Configuring done
-- Generating done
-- Build files have been written to: /home/cschen/llvm/test/cmake_debug
[Gamma@localhost cmake_debug_build]$

Then do make as follows,

[Gamma@localhost cmake_debug_build]$ make -j8 -l8
Scanning dependencies of target LLVMSupport
[ 0%] Building CXX object lib/Support/CMakeFiles/LLVMSupport.dir/APFloat.cpp.o
[ 0%] Building CXX object lib/Support/CMakeFiles/LLVMSupport.dir/APInt.cpp.o
[ 0%] Building CXX object lib/Support/CMakeFiles/LLVMSupport.dir/APSInt.cpp.o
[ 0%] Building CXX object lib/Support/CMakeFiles/LLVMSupport.dir/Allocator.cpp.o
[ 1%] Building CXX object lib/Support/CMakeFiles/LLVMSupport.dir/BlockFrequency.
cpp.o ...
Linking CXX static library ../../lib/libgtest.a
[100%] Built target gtest
Scanning dependencies of target gtest_main
[100%] Building CXX object utils/unittest/CMakeFiles/gtest_main.dir/UnitTestMain
TestMain.cpp.o Linking CXX static library ../../lib/libgtest_main.a
[100%] Built target gtest_main
[Gamma@localhost cmake_debug_build]$

Since clang invoke the ~/llvm/cmake_release_build/bin/clang where is built by cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release, it is 4 times speed up more than make (default use 1 thread only). But if you make with debug clang build, it won’t speed up too much.

Now, we are ready for the cpu0 backend development. We can run gdb debug as follows. If your setting has anything about gdb errors, please follow the errors indication (maybe need to download gdb again). Finally, try gdb as follows.

[Gamma@localhost InputFiles]$ pwd
[Gamma@localhost InputFiles]$ clang -c ch3.cpp -emit-llvm -o ch3.bc
[Gamma@localhost InputFiles]$ gdb -args ~/llvm/test/
cmake_debug_build/bin/llc -march=cpu0 -relocation-model=pic -filetype=obj
ch3.bc -o ch3.cpu0.o
GNU gdb (GDB) Fedora (
Copyright (C) 2012 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <>
This is free software: you are free to change and redistribute it.
There is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.  Type "show copying"
and "show warranty" for details.
This GDB was configured as "x86_64-redhat-linux-gnu".
For bug reporting instructions, please see:
Reading symbols from /home/cschen/llvm/test/cmake_debug_build/bin/llc.
(gdb) break MipsTargetInfo.cpp:19
Breakpoint 1 at 0xd54441: file /home/cschen/llvm/test/src/lib/Target/
Mips/TargetInfo/MipsTargetInfo.cpp, line 19.
(gdb) run
Starting program: /home/cschen/llvm/test/cmake_debug_build/bin/llc
-march=cpu0 -relocation-model=pic -filetype=obj ch3.bc -o ch3.cpu0.o
[Thread debugging using libthread_db enabled]
Using host libthread_db library "/lib64/".

Breakpoint 1, LLVMInitializeMipsTargetInfo ()
  at /home/cschen/llvm/test/src/lib/Target/Mips/TargetInfo/MipsTargetInfo.cpp:20
20          /*HasJIT=*/true> X(TheMipsTarget, "mips", "Mips");
(gdb) next
23          /*HasJIT=*/true> Y(TheMipselTarget, "mipsel", "Mipsel");
(gdb) print X
$1 = {<No data fields>}
(gdb) quit
A debugging session is active.

  Inferior 1 [process 10165] will be killed.

Quit anyway? (y or n) y
[Gamma@localhost InputFiles]$
[7](1, 2)