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Updated: llvm/clang-3.4.2-1

The following packages have been updated in the Cygwin distribution:

* llvm-3.4.2-1
* llvm-doc-3.4.2-1
* libllvm3.4-3.4.2-1
* libllvm-devel-3.4.2-1
* libllvm-devel-static-3.4.2-1
* clang-3.4.2-1
* clang-analyzer-3.4.2-1
* libclang-3.4.2-1
* libclang-devel-3.4.2-1
* libclang-devel-static-3.4.2-1
* python-clang-3.4.2-1
* python3-clang-3.4.2-1

The LLVM suite provides libraries and tools for code generation and
optimization.  Also included is Clang, an LLVM native C/C++/ObjC
compiler, and the Clang Static Analyzer, a tool that automatically finds
bugs in code.

This is an update to the latest upstream release, and the first release
for x86_64.  PLEASE NOTE that clang will NOT work as a native code
compiler for x86_64 at this time, but should still work as a code
analyzer and LLVM bytecode compiler; PTC.

Packaging changes in this version:

* clang is configured to use gcc-4.8.3.

* Static libraries for the individual LLVM/Clang APIs are available in
separate -devel-static packages.

* libclang bindings are also available for Python 3.

* The OCaml bindings were dropped because they failed to build.



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