~$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:AnyDSL/anydsl.git ~$ cd anydsl ~/anydsl$ cp config.sh.template config.sh ~/anydsl$ ./setup.sh
You may also want to fine-tune
In particular, if you don’t have a GitHub account with a working SSH key, set
This will clone all repositories via https.
Verify your Installation
As pointed out by the build script, ensure that
impala and your build of
clang is in your path:
~/anydsl$ which impala ~/anydsl$ which clang
Try out hello world
impala --help shows available options.
As impala currently does not ship with a standard library,
impala emits LLVM files.
We link via
clang small C-wrappers to communicate with the outside world and to build the final executable. So let’s compile
~/anydsl$ cd impala/test ~/anydsl/impala/test$ clang infrastructure/lib.c -O2 -c # compile wrappers ~/anydsl/impala/test$ impala --emit-llvm -O2 codegen/hello_world.impala # produce hello_world.bc # link wrapper and hello_world.ll to executable ~/anydsl/impala/test$ clang hello_world.ll lib.o ~/anydsl/impala/test$ ./a.out
- Double-check that your fresh build of llvm & clang is in your path.
- Please make sure that LLVM and clang is properly built.
If you used too many threads (see your
config.sh), you may run out of memory during linking.
- If you are debugging thorin/impala you may be annoyed that gdb is so slow.
This is because thorin/impala links to LLVM.
config.shto disable LLVM support.