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Always install llvm-objdump as objdump
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Authored by emaste on Fri, Nov 18, 8:50 PM.
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Instead of providing no /usr/bin/objdump when LLVM_BINUTILS is false.

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I'm not sure if it's better to install as llvm-objdump (and llvm-objdump.1) and have links, or just avoid the llvm- prefixed versions and install only as objdump.

Is the alias already in OptionalObsoleteFiles.inc ? For the rest, LGTM.

This revision is now accepted and ready to land.Fri, Nov 18, 9:05 PM

I'm not sure if it's better to install as llvm-objdump (and llvm-objdump.1) and have links, or just avoid the llvm- prefixed versions and install only as objdump.

Since these are hard links (?) it isn't easily visible for an end-user which objdump they are running. Well, unless they try --version or something like that. The only reason for keeping this stuff might be if this is ever backported to a branch which still has the old binutils, but I think it's only stable/12 now, maybe ?

Oh, hm I thought it was duplicated in OptionalObsoleteFiles.inc but I'm mistaken.
There is a section .if ${MK_CLANG} == no && ${MK_LLVM_BINUTILS} == no

Move OptionalObsoleteFiles.inc entries to existing section

This revision now requires review to proceed.Fri, Nov 25, 4:18 PM