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It appears that the most recent Clang release is 17.0.6, released Nov. 28, 2023.
We expect Go users to upgrade to the latest supported release within ~one year. We should at least test against our own dependencies with the same promptness, which would imply a builder with at least least Clang 15.
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Assuming that all works well with this attempt to add a clang builder to LUCI, I've also sent out a CL on documentation on how to add new builders for new clang versions and how to update clang minor versions. It should be easy after this to just add as many clang builders as we want, for whatever version we want to test.
This change adds the clang16 builder type so we have at least one
builder where the C toolchain is clang. This is to help align the LUCI
builders with the old infrastructure.
Reviewed-by: Dmitri Shuralyov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Reviewed-by: Dmitri Shuralyov <firstname.lastname@example.org>