llgo is a fledgling, and is being developed primarily as an educational exercise. It is not presently useful for real work. Progress will be reported at http://blog.awilkins.id.au.
The recommended way to install llgo is to use
go get. You'll need to set a
couple of environment variables first:
export CGO_CFLAGS="`llvm-config --cflags`" export CGO_LDFLAGS="`llvm-config --ldflags` -Wl,-L`llvm-config --libdir` -lLLVM-`llvm-config --version`" go get github.com/axw/llgo/llgo
You must have LLVM 3.1+ in your path. At the time of writing, LLVM 3.1 has not yet been released, so you must build it from the LLVM SVN repository.
Currently there is just a compiler which produces LLVM bitcode, and there is no
integration with gomake/goinstall/cgo, etc. To compile a Go source file, simply
llgo <file.go>, which will emit LLVM bitcode to stdout. To produce
human-readable LLVM assembly code, supply an additional
line argument before