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llvmruby now available in gem format at llvmruby.org

llvmruby.org

llvmruby now available in gem format

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Thanks to Christian Plessl getting gemification started, llvmruby is now available as a gem install from github. LLVM itself is still a separate install and build. This will probably remain true as LLVM is huge and takes forever to compile. Including it with every version of a gem seems ridiculous. The other good news is that LLVM 2.4 is due out at the end of the month at which point we will be targeting a real non-development version!

To install as a gem, you need to be able to install gems from github.

  1. Upgrade to at least 1.2 of rubygems
  2. Add github as a gem source: gem source -a http://gems.github.com
  3. Make sure that you have built LLVM, that you built it with –enable-pic, and that llvm-config is in your path
  4. gem install tombagby-llvmruby

Now just:

require 'rubygems'
require 'llvm'

And you are good to go!

Written by tom

October 18th, 2008 at 5:34 pm

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  1. Hi, This doesn’t seem to work with Ruby 1.9. How do I get an updated version of the gem (with the 1.9 patches)?

    Bjarke Walling

    9 Feb 09 at 1:10 pm

  2. ???? ????????????? ??? ???????? ????, ? ???????? ??????????? ?????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????….

    ????? This will probably remain true as LLVM is huge and takes forever to compile. Including it with every version of a gem seems ridiculous. The […….

    Kylie Batt

    20 Apr 10 at 6:33 pm

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    tnx for info….

    rene

    15 Aug 14 at 10:23 pm

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