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Comments for home:forkbomb:turboAMD-stable (3)

kah0922 wrote over 1 year ago

LLVM is only up to version 4.0. Where are you getting this version from?

forkbomb wrote over 1 year ago

Sadly it's a misnomer. It used to be llvm-r600 in the original maintainer's repo which I modified to llvm5 in my other repo. 5.0 is defined version of master branch on svn: https://github.com/llvm-mirror/llvm/blob/master/CMakeLists.txt

This one is cloned from my original repo (with almost daily checkouts), but the checkout branch here is actually stable 4.0.1. Didn't downgrade package versions as not to confuse people with downgrading.

Since I can't gauge how many people are actually using this repo, I can't estimate the impact of actually lowering version, renaming the package and obsoleting this one.

kah0922 wrote over 1 year ago

Thank you. Now for my main question. Due to Bug 1022156 vulkan segfaults with recent GCN cards (such as my RX 460). However, it seems your repo's vulkan does not have this bug. Can you think of any reason why? Someone on an upstream bug suggested it had something to do with LTO.

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