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Revision 1.23 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Nov 30 19:54:59 2022 UTC (8 weeks, 4 days ago) by adam
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llvm: updated to 15.0.6

Bug fixes

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massive revision bump after textproc/icu update

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clang-tools-extra: rewrite EXTRA_DIST; spotted by @wiz :)

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llvm: updated to 15.0.4

LLVM 15.0.4

Changes to the LLVM IR

LLVM now uses opaque pointers. This means that different pointer types like i8*, i32* or void()** are now represented as a single ptr type. See the linked document for migration instructions.
Renamed llvm.experimental.vector.extract intrinsic to llvm.vector.extract.
Renamed llvm.experimental.vector.insert intrinsic to llvm.vector.insert.
The constant expression variants of the following instructions have been removed:
Added the support for fmax and fmin in atomicrmw instruction. The comparison is expected to match the behavior of llvm.maxnum.* and llvm.minnum.* respectively.
callbr instructions no longer use blockaddress arguments for labels. Instead, label constraints starting with ! refer directly to entries in the callbr indirect destination list.

Changes to building LLVM

Omitting CMAKE_BUILD_TYPE when using a single configuration generator is now an error. You now have to pass -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=<type> in order to configure LLVM. This is done to help new users of LLVM select the correct type: since building LLVM in Debug mode is very resource intensive, we want to make sure that new users make the choice that lines up with their usage. We have also improved documentation around this setting that should help new users. You can find this documentation here.

Changes to Loop Optimizations

Loop interchange legality and cost model improvements

Changes to the AMDGPU Backend

8 and 16-bit atomic loads and stores are now supported

Changes to the ARM Backend

Added support for the Armv9-A, Armv9.1-A and Armv9.2-A architectures.
Added support for the Armv8.1-M PACBTI-M extension.
Added support for the Armv9-A, Armv9.1-A and Armv9.2-A architectures.
Added support for the Armv8.1-M PACBTI-M extension.
Removed the deprecation of ARMv8-A T32 Complex IT blocks. No deprecation warnings will be generated and -mrestrict-it is now always off by default. Previously it was on by default for Armv8 and off for all other architecture versions.
Added a pass to workaround Cortex-A57 Erratum 1742098 and Cortex-A72 Erratum 1655431. This is enabled by default when targeting either CPU.
Implemented generation of Windows SEH unwind information.
Switched the MinGW target to use SEH instead of DWARF for unwind information.
Added support for the Cortex-M85 CPU.
Added support for a new -mframe-chain=(none|aapcs|aapcs+leaf) command-line option, which controls the generation of AAPCS-compliant Frame Records.

Changes to the DirectX Backend

DirectX has been added as an experimental target. Specify -DLLVM_EXPERIMENTAL_TARGETS_TO_BUILD=DirectX in your CMake configuration to enable it. The target is not packaged in pre-built binaries.
The DirectX backend supports the dxil architecture which is based on LLVM 3.6 IR encoded as bitcode and is the format used for DirectX GPU Shader programs.

Changes to the PowerPC Backend

Common PowerPC improvements: * Add a new post instruction selection pass to generate CTR loops. * Add SSE4 and BMI compatible intrinsics implementation. * Supported 16-byte lock free atomics on PowerPC8 and up. * Supported atomic load/store for pointer types. * Supported stack size larger than 2G * Add __builtin_min/__builtin_max/__abs builtins. * Code generation improvements for splat load/vector shuffle/mulli, etc. * Emit VSX instructions for vector loads and stores regardless of alignment. * The mcpu=future has its own ISA now (FutureISA). * Added the ppc-set-dscr option to set the Data Stream Control Register (DSCR). * Bug fixes.

AIX improvements: * Supported 64 bit XCOFF for integrated-as path. * Supported X86-compatible vector intrinsics. * Program code csect default alignment now is 32-byte. * Supported auxiliary header in integrated-as path. * Improved alias symbol handling.

Changes to the RISC-V Backend

A RISCVRedundantCopyElimination pass was added to remove unnecessary zero copies.
A RISC-V specific CodeGenPrepare pass was added.
The machine outliner was enabled by default for RISC-V at -Oz. Additionally, the newly introduced RISCVMakeCompressible pass will make modify instructions prior to emission at -Oz in order to increase opportunities for the compression with the RISC-V C extension.
Various bug fixes and improvements to code generation for the RISC-V vector extensions.
Various improvements were made to RISC-V specific optimisation passes such as RISCVSExtWRemoval and RISCVMergeBaseOffset.
llc now computes the target ABI based on the target architecture using the same logic as Clang if not explicit ABI is given.
generic is now recognized as a valid CPU name and is mapped to generic-rv32 or generic-rv64 depending on the target triple.
Support for the experimental Zvfh extension was added, enabling half-precision floating point in vectors.
Support for the Zihintpause (Pause Hint) extension.
Assembler and disassembler support for the Zfinx and Zdinx (float / double in integer register) extensions.
Assembler and disassembler support for the Zicbom, Zicboz, and Zicbop cache management operation extensions.
Support for the Zmmul extension (a subextension of the M extension, adding multiplication instructions only).
Assembler and disassembler support for the hypervisor extension and for the Sinval supervisor memory-management extension.

Changes to the X86 Backend

Support half type on SSE2 and above targets following X86 psABI.
Support rdpru instruction on Zen2 and above targets.
During this release, half type has an ABI breaking change to provide the support for the ABI of _Float16 type on SSE2 and above following X86 psABI. (D107082)

The change may affect the current use of half includes (but is not limited to):

Frontends generating half type in function passing and/or returning arguments.
Downstream runtimes providing any half conversion builtins assuming the old ABI.
Projects built with LLVM 15.0 but using early versions of compiler-rt.
When you find failures with half type, check the calling conversion of the code and switch it to the new ABI.

Changes to the LLVM tools

(Experimental) llvm-symbolizer now has --filter-markup to filter Symbolizer Markup into human-readable form.
llvm-objcopy has removed support for the legacy zlib-gnu format.
llvm-objcopy now allows --set-section-flags src=... --rename-section src=tst. --add-section=.foo1=... --rename-section=.foo1=.foo2 now adds .foo1 instead of .foo2.
New features supported on AIX for llvm-ar:
AIX big-format archive write operation (D123949)
A new object mode option, -X , to specify the type of object file llvm-ar should operate upon (D127864)
Read global symbols of AIX big archive (D124865)
New options supported for llvm-nm:
-X, to specify the type of object file that llvm-nm should examine (D118193)
--export-symbols, to create a list of symbols to export (D112735)
The LLVM gold plugin now ignores bitcode from the .llvmbc section of ELF files when doing LTO.
llvm-objcopy now supports 32 bit XCOFF.
llvm-objdump: improved assembly printing for XCOFF.
llc now parses code-model attribute from input file.

Changes to LLDB

The „ŗ◊őemory region„ŗcommand now has a „ŗōšall„ŗoption to list all memory regions (including unmapped ranges). This is the equivalent of using address 0 then repeating the command until all regions have been listed.
Added „ŗōšshow-tags„ŗoption to the „ŗ◊őemory find„ŗcommand. This is off by default. When enabled, if the target value is found in tagged memory, the tags for that memory will be shown inline with the memory contents.
Various memory related parts of LLDB have been updated to handle non-address bits (such as AArch64 pointer signatures):
„ŗ◊őemory read„ŗ „ŗ◊őemory write„ŗand „ŗ◊őemory find„ŗcan now be used with addresses with non-address bits.
All the read and write memory methods on SBProccess and SBTarget can be used with addreses with non-address bits.
When printing a pointer expression, LLDB can now dereference the result even if it has non-address bits.
The memory cache now ignores non-address bits when looking up memory locations. This prevents us reading locations multiple times, or not writing out new values if the addresses have different non-address bits.
LLDB now supports reading memory tags from AArch64 Linux core files.
LLDB now supports the gnu debuglink section for reading debug information from a separate file on Windows
LLDB now allows selecting the C++ ABI to use on Windows (between Itanium, used for MingW, and MSVC) via the setting. In Windows builds of LLDB, this defaults to the style used for LLVM„ŗ—‘ default target.

Other Changes

The code for the LLVM Visual Studio integration has been removed. This had been obsolete and abandoned since Visual Studio started including an integration by default in 2019.
Added the unwinder, personality, and helper functions for exception handling on AIX. (D100132) (D100504)
PGO on AIX: A new implementation that requires linker support (__start_SECTION/__stop_SECTION symbols) available on AIX 7.2 TL5 SP4 and AIX 7.3 TL0 SP2.

Revision 1.19 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sat Aug 13 09:58:04 2022 UTC (5 months, 2 weeks ago) by tnn
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clang: de-lint, repair broken patch distinfo, restore SunOS patch. Untested

Revision 1.18 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Aug 12 08:50:58 2022 UTC (5 months, 2 weeks ago) by pin
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lang/clang-tools-extra: llvm update

Revision 1.17 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Aug 3 11:51:07 2022 UTC (5 months, 3 weeks ago) by jperkin
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clang-tools-extra: Fix build on SunOS.

Revision 1.16 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Apr 18 19:11:30 2022 UTC (9 months, 1 week ago) by adam
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revbump for textproc/icu update

Revision 1.15 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Feb 3 20:38:39 2022 UTC (11 months, 3 weeks ago) by adam
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llvm: updated to 13.0.1

Bug-fix release.

Revision 1.14 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Wed Dec 8 16:05:20 2021 UTC (13 months, 3 weeks ago) by adam
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revbump for icu and libffi

Revision 1.13 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Jul 12 18:45:07 2021 UTC (18 months, 2 weeks ago) by adam
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clang-tools-extra: updated to 12.0.1

Improvements to clangd


clangd„ŗ—‘ memory usage is significantly reduced on most Linux systems. In particular, memory usage should not increase dramatically over time.

The standard allocator on most systems is glibc„ŗ—‘ ptmalloc2, and it creates disproportionately large heaps when handling clangd„ŗ—‘ allocation patterns. By default, clangd will now periodically call malloc_trim to release free pages on glibc systems.

Users of other allocators (such as jemalloc or tcmalloc) on glibc systems can disable this using --malloc_trim=0 or the CMake flag -DCLANGD_MALLOC_TRIM=0.

Added the $/memoryUsage request: an LSP extension. This provides a breakdown of the memory clangd thinks it is using (excluding malloc overhead etc). The clangd VSCode extension supports showing the memory usage tree.
Parsing and selection

Improved navigation of broken code in C using Recovery AST. (This has been enabled for C++ since clangd 11).
Types are understood more often in broken code. (This is the first release where Recovery AST preserves speculated types).
Heuristic resolution for dependent names in templates.
Code completion

Higher priority for symbols that were already used in this file, and symbols from namespaces mentioned in this file. (Estimated 3% accuracy improvement)

Introduced a ranking algorithm trained on snippets from a large C++ codebase. Use the flag --ranking-model=decision_forest to try this (Estimated 6% accuracy improvement). This mode is likely to become the default in future.

Note: this is a generic model, not specialized for your code. clangd does not collect any data from your code to train code completion.

Signature help works with functions with template-dependent parameter types.
Go to definition

Selecting an auto or decltype keyword will attempt to navigate to a definition of the deduced type.
Improved handling of aliases: navigate to the underlying entity more often.
Better understanding of declaration vs definition for Objective-C classes and protocols.
Selecting a pure-virtual method shows its overrides.
Find references

Indexes are smarter about not returning stale references when code is deleted.
References in implementation files are always indexed, so results should be more complete.
Find-references on a virtual method shows references to overridden methods.
New navigation features

Call hierarchy (textDocument/callHierarchy) is supported. Only incoming calls are available.
Go to implementation (textDocument/implementation) is supported on abstract classes, and on virtual methods.
Symbol search (workspace/symbol) queries may be partially qualified. That is, typing b::Foo will match the symbol a::b::c::Foo.

New refactoring: populate switch statement with cases. (This acts as a fix for the -Wswitch-enum warning).
Renaming templates is supported, and many other complex cases were fixed.
Attempting to rename to an invalid or conflicting name can produce an error message rather than broken code. (Not all cases are detected!)
The accuracy of many code actions has been improved.

Hovers for auto and decltype show the type in the same style as other hovers. this is also now supported.
Displayed type names are more consistent and idiomatic.
Semantic highlighting

Inactive preprocessor regions (#ifdef) are highlighted as comments.
clangd 12 is the last release with support for the non-standard textDocument/semanticHighlights notification. Clients sholud migrate to the textDocument/semanticTokens request added in LSP 3.16.
Remote index (alpha)

clangd can now connect to a remote index server instead of building a project index locally. This saves resources in large codebases that are slow to index.
The server program is clangd-index-server, and it consumes index files produced by clangd-indexer.
This feature requires clangd to be built with the CMake flag -DCLANGD_ENABLE_REMOTE=On, which requires GRPC libraries and is not enabled by default. Unofficial releases of the remote-index-enabled client and server tools are at
Large projects can deploy a shared server, and check in a .clangd file to enable it (in the Index.External section). We hope to provide such a server for llvm-project itself in the near future.

Static and remote indexes can be configured in the Index.External section. Different static indexes can now be used for different files. (Obsoletes the flag --index-file).
Diagnostics can be filtered or suppressed in the Diagnostics section.
Clang-tidy checks can be enabled/disabled in the Diagnostics.ClangTidy section. (Obsoletes the flag --clang-tidy-checks).
The compilation database directory can be configured in the CompileFlags section. Different compilation databases can now be specified for different files. (Obsoletes the flag --compile-commands-dir).
Errors in loaded configuration files are published as LSP diagnostics, and so should be shown in your editor.
Full reference of configuration options

System integration

Changes to compile_commands.json and compile_flags.txt will take effect the next time a file is parsed, without restarting clangd.
clangd --check=<filename> can be run on the command-line to simulate opening a file without actually using an editor. This can be useful to reproduce crashes or aother problems.
Various fixes to handle filenames correctly (and case-insensitively) on windows.
If incoming LSP messages are malformed, the logs now contain details.

„ŗ◊īhow AST„ŗrequest (textDocument/ast) added as an LSP extension. This displays a simplified view of the clang AST for selected code. The clangd VSCode extension supports this.
clangd should no longer crash while loading old or corrupt index files.
The flags --index, --recovery-ast and -suggest-missing-includes have been retired. These features are now always enabled.
Too many stability and correctness fixes to mention.

Revision 1.12 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Nov 5 09:08:33 2020 UTC (2 years, 2 months ago) by ryoon
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*: Recursive revbump from textproc/icu-68.1

Revision 1.11 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Jul 26 19:20:13 2020 UTC (2 years, 6 months ago) by adam
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llvm: updated to 10.0.1

Bug fix release

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clang-tools-extra: static analyzer is on by default; bump revision

Revision 1.9 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Jun 2 08:24:12 2020 UTC (2 years, 7 months ago) by adam
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Revbump for icu

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clang-tools-extra: update to 10.0.0nb1.

Add missing dependency on clang for

Revision 1.7 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Dec 29 15:31:22 2019 UTC (3 years, 1 month ago) by adam
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llvm: updated to 9.0.1

9.0.1 is a bug-fix release.

Revision 1.6 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Oct 24 11:40:00 2019 UTC (3 years, 3 months ago) by tnn
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catch up with llvm relicensing and bump PKGREVISIONs

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clang-tools-extra: updated to 9.0.0

Improvements to clangd
* Background indexing is on by default
When using clangd, it will build an index of your code base (all files listed in your compile database). This index enables go-to-definition, find-references, and even code completion to find symbols across your project.
This feature can consume a lot of CPU. It can be disabled using the --background-index=false flag, and respects -j to use fewer threads. The index is written to .clangd/index in the project root.

* Contextual code actions
Extract variable, expand auto, expand macro, convert string to raw string. More to come in the future!

* Clang-tidy warnings are available
These will be produced for projects that have a .clang-tidy file in their source tree, as described in the clang-tidy documentation.

* Improved diagnostics
Errors from headers are now shown (on the #including line). The message now indicates if fixes are available. Navigation between errors and associated notes is improved (for editors that support Diagnostic.relatedInformation).

* Suggested includes
When a class or other name is not found, clangd may suggest to fix this by adding the corresponding #include directive.

* Semantic highlighting
clangd can push syntax information to the editor, allowing it to highlight e.g. member variables differently from locals. (requires editor support)
This implements the proposed protocol from

* Type hierachy
Navigation to base/derived types is possible in editors that support the proposed protocol from

* Improvements to include insertion
Only headers with #include-guards will be inserted, and the feature can be disabled with the --header-insertion=never flag.
Standard library headers should now be inserted more accurately, particularly for C++ other than libstdc++, and for the C standard library.

* Code completion
Overloads are bundled into a single completion item by default. (for editors that support signature-help).
Redundant const/non-const overloads are no longer shown.
Before clangd is warmed up (during preamble build), limited identifier- and index-based code completion is available.

* Format-on-type
A new implementation of format-on-type is triggered by hitting enter: it attempts to reformat the previous line and reindent the new line. (Requires editor support).

* Toolchain header detection
Projects that use an embedded gcc toolchain may only work when used with the corresponding standard library. clangd can now query the toolchain to find these headers. The compilation database must correctly specify this toolchain, and the --query-driver=/path/to/toolchain/bin/* flag must be passed to clangd.

* Miscellaneous improvements
Hover now produces richer Markdown-formatted text (for supported editors).
Rename is safer and more helpful, though is still within one file only.
Files without extensions (e.g. C++ standard library) are handled better.
clangd can understand offsets in UTF-8 or UTF-32 through command-line flags or protocol extensions. (Useful with editors/platforms that don„ŗ—’ speak UTF-16).
Editors that support edits near the cursor in code-completion can set the textDocument.completion.editsNearCursor capability to true, and clangd will provide completions that correct . to ->, and vice-versa.

Improvements to clang-tidy

New OpenMP module.
New abseil-duration-addition check.
New abseil-duration-conversion-cast check.
New abseil-duration-unnecessary-conversion check.
New abseil-time-comparison check.
New abseil-time-subtraction check.
New android-cloexec-pipe check.
New android-cloexec-pipe2 check.
New bugprone-branch-clone check.
New bugprone-posix-return check.
New bugprone-unhandled-self-assignment check.
New fuchsia-default-arguments-calls check.
New fuchsia-default-arguments-declarations check.
New google-objc-avoid-nsobject-new check.
New google-readability-avoid-underscore-in-googletest-name check.
New llvm-prefer-isa-or-dyn-cast-in-conditionals check.
New modernize-use-trailing-return-type check.
New objc-super-self check.
New openmp-exception-escape check.
New openmp-use-default-none check.
New readability-convert-member-functions-to-static check.
New alias cert-oop54-cpp to bugprone-unhandled-self-assignment was added.
New alias cppcoreguidelines-explicit-virtual-functions to modernize-use-override was added.
Added UseAssignment option to cppcoreguidelines-pro-type-member-init
The fuchsia-default-arguments check has been removed.
The google-runtime-int check has been disabled in Objective-C++.
The modernize-use-override now supports OverrideSpelling and FinalSpelling options.
The misc-throw-by-value-catch-by-reference now supports WarnOnLargeObject and MaxSize options to warn on any large trivial object caught by value.
The Acronyms and IncludeDefaultAcronyms options for the objc-property-declaration check have been removed.

Improvements to pp-trace
* Added a new option -callbacks to filter preprocessor callbacks. It replaces the -ignore option.

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llvm: updated to 8.0.1

LLVM 8.0.1 is now available! Download it now, or read the release notes.

This release contains bug-fixes for the LLVM 8.0.0 release. This
release is API and ABI compatible with 8.0.0.

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clang-tools-extra: updated to 8.0.0

Clang Tools 8.0.0:

Improvements to clangd

clangd now adds namespace qualifiers in code completion, for example, if you type „ŗ◊◊ec„ŗ the list of completions will include „ŗ◊‘td::vector„ŗ

When a global index is available, clangd will use it to augment the results of „ŗ◊»o to definition„ŗand „ŗ◊«ind references„ŗqueries. Global index also enables global code completion, which suggests symbols that are not imported in the current file and automatically inserts the missing #include directives.

clangd stores the symbol index on disk in a new compact binary serialization format. It is 10x more compact than YAML and 40% more compact than gzipped YAML.

clangd has a new efficient symbol index suitable for complex and fuzzy queries and large code bases (e.g., LLVM, Chromium). This index is used for code completion, go to definition, and cross-references. The architecture of the index allows for complex and fuzzy retrieval criteria and sophisticated scoring.

clangd has a new LSP extension that communicates information about activity on clangd„ŗ—‘ per-file worker thread. This information can be displayed to users to let them know that the language server is busy with something. For example, in clangd, building the AST blocks many other operations.

clangd has a new LSP extension that allows the client to supply the compilation commands over LSP, instead of finding compile_commands.json on disk.

clangd has a new LSP extension that allows the client to request fixes to be sent together with diagnostics, instead of asynchronously.

clangd has a new LSP extension that allows the client to resolve a symbol in a light-weight manner, without retrieving further information (like definition location, which may require consulting an index).

Improvements to clang-query

A new command line parameter --preload was added to run commands from a file and then start the interactive interpreter.

The command q can was added as an alias for quit to exit the clang-query interpreter.

It is now possible to bind to named values (the result of let expressions).

It is now possible to write comments in clang-query code. This is primarily useful when using script-mode. Comments are all content following the # character on a line.

The new set print-matcher true command now causes clang-query to print the evaluated matcher together with the resulting bindings.

A new output mode detailed-ast was added to clang-query. The existing dump output mode is now a deprecated alias for detailed-ast

Output modes can now be enabled or disabled non-exclusively.

Improvements to clang-tidy

New abseil-duration-comparison check.

Checks for comparisons which should be done in the absl::Duration domain instead of the float of integer domains.

New abseil-duration-division check.

Checks for uses of absl::Duration division that is done in a floating-point context, and recommends the use of a function that returns a floating-point value.

New abseil-duration-factory-float check.

Checks for cases where the floating-point overloads of various absl::Duration factory functions are called when the more-efficient integer versions could be used instead.

New abseil-duration-factory-scale check.

Checks for cases where arguments to absl::Duration factory functions are scaled internally and could be changed to a different factory function.

New abseil-duration-subtraction check.

Checks for cases where subtraction should be performed in the absl::Duration domain.

New abseil-faster-strsplit-delimiter check.

Finds instances of absl::StrSplit() or absl::MaxSplits() where the delimiter is a single character string literal and replaces with a character.

New abseil-no-internal-dependencies check.

Gives a warning if code using Abseil depends on internal details.

New abseil-no-namespace check.

Ensures code does not open namespace absl as that violates Abseil„ŗ—‘ compatibility guidelines.

New abseil-redundant-strcat-calls check.

Suggests removal of unnecessary calls to absl::StrCat when the result is being passed to another absl::StrCat or absl::StrAppend.

New abseil-str-cat-append check.

Flags uses of absl::StrCat() to append to a std::string. Suggests absl::StrAppend() should be used instead.

New abseil-upgrade-duration-conversions check.

Finds calls to absl::Duration arithmetic operators and factories whose argument needs an explicit cast to continue compiling after upcoming API changes.

New bugprone-too-small-loop-variable check.

Detects those for loops that have a loop variable with a „ŗ◊’oo small„ŗtype which means this type can„ŗ—’ represent all values which are part of the iteration range.

New cppcoreguidelines-macro-usage check.

Finds macro usage that is considered problematic because better language constructs exist for the task.

New google-objc-function-naming check.

Checks that function names in function declarations comply with the naming conventions described in the Google Objective-C Style Guide.

New misc-non-private-member-variables-in-classes check.

Finds classes that not only contain the data (non-static member variables), but also have logic (non-static member functions), and diagnoses all member variables that have any other scope other than private.

New modernize-avoid-c-arrays check.

Finds C-style array types and recommend to use std::array<> / std::vector<>.

New modernize-concat-nested-namespaces check.

Checks for uses of nested namespaces in the form of namespace a { namespace b { ... }} and offers change to syntax introduced in C++17 standard: namespace a::b { ... }.

New modernize-deprecated-ios-base-aliases check.

Detects usage of the deprecated member types of std::ios_base and replaces those that have a non-deprecated equivalent.

New modernize-use-nodiscard check.

Adds [[nodiscard]] attributes (introduced in C++17) to member functions to highlight at compile time which return values should not be ignored.

New readability-const-return-type check.

Checks for functions with a const-qualified return type and recommends removal of the const keyword.

New readability-isolate-decl check.

Detects local variable declarations declaring more than one variable and tries to refactor the code to one statement per declaration.

New readability-magic-numbers check.

Detects usage of magic numbers, numbers that are used as literals instead of introduced via constants or symbols.

New readability-redundant-preprocessor check.

Finds potentially redundant preprocessor directives.

New readability-uppercase-literal-suffix check.

Detects when the integral literal or floating point literal has non-uppercase suffix, and suggests to make the suffix uppercase. The list of destination suffixes can be optionally provided.

New alias cert-dcl16-c to readability-uppercase-literal-suffix added.

New alias cppcoreguidelines-avoid-c-arrays to modernize-avoid-c-arrays added.

New alias cppcoreguidelines-non-private-member-variables-in-classes to misc-non-private-member-variables-in-classes added.

New alias hicpp-avoid-c-arrays to modernize-avoid-c-arrays added.

New alias hicpp-uppercase-literal-suffix to readability-uppercase-literal-suffix added.

The cppcoreguidelines-narrowing-conversions check now detects more narrowing conversions: - integer to narrower signed integer (this is compiler implementation defined), - integer - floating point narrowing conversions, - floating point - integer narrowing conversions, - constants with narrowing conversions (even in ternary operator).

The objc-property-declaration check now ignores the Acronyms and IncludeDefaultAcronyms options.

The readability-redundant-smartptr-get check does not warn about calls inside macros anymore by default.

The readability-uppercase-literal-suffix check does not warn about literal suffixes inside macros anymore by default.

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PKGREVISION bump for anything using python without a PYPKGPREFIX.

This is a semi-manual PKGREVISION bump.

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CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2019Q1-base, pkgsrc-2019Q1

clang-tools-extra: added version 7.0.1

Extra tools built using Clang's tooling APIs.

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