swigged.llvm 4.0.8-alpha

.NET Standard 1.5
This is a prerelease version of swigged.llvm.
There is a newer version of this package available.
See the version list below for details.
dotnet add package swigged.llvm --version 4.0.8-alpha
NuGet\Install-Package swigged.llvm -Version 4.0.8-alpha
This command is intended to be used within the Package Manager Console in Visual Studio, as it uses the NuGet module's version of Install-Package.
<PackageReference Include="swigged.llvm" Version="4.0.8-alpha" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add swigged.llvm --version 4.0.8-alpha
#r "nuget: swigged.llvm, 4.0.8-alpha"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive, C# scripting and .NET Interactive. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install swigged.llvm as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=swigged.llvm&version=4.0.8-alpha&prerelease

// Install swigged.llvm as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=swigged.llvm&version=4.0.8-alpha&prerelease

A SWIG-generated C# API of LLVM-C.

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A compiler, runtime, and API for GP-GPU computing using C# or any other NET language, for Windows and Ubuntu x64.

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A compiler for NET CIL for GP-GPU computing in .NET languages.
Version Downloads Last updated
70.0.1 1,798 9/23/2018
70.0.0 855 8/29/2018
6.0.6 1,847 5/2/2018
6.0.5 1,047 4/18/2018
6.0.4 1,708 4/4/2018
6.0.3 2,448 3/9/2018 929 2/5/2018 907 1/10/2018
5.0.4 1,135 1/5/2018
5.0.3 1,022 10/23/2017
5.0.2 1,036 9/22/2017
5.0.1 1,087 9/16/2017
4.0.14 1,112 9/6/2017
4.0.13 1,097 9/6/2017
4.0.12 1,315 9/5/2017
4.0.11 1,086 6/18/2017
4.0.10 1,263 6/16/2017
4.0.9-alpha 726 5/26/2017
4.0.8-alpha 711 5/25/2017
4.0.7-alpha 763 5/24/2017
4.0.6-alpha 775 5/18/2017
4.0.5-alpha 713 5/11/2017
4.0.4-alpha 916 5/9/2017
4.0.3-alpha 757 5/8/2017 885 4/17/2017 849 4/6/2017

* Version 4.0.8-alpha
 Use "Swigged.LLVM.Helper.Adjust.Path();" before 1st LLVM call to alter PATH variable within process so that it can find swigged-llvm-native.dll without having to copy the dll around. There is no equivalent fix for Ubuntu unfortunately. You must still "dotnet publish -r ubuntu.16.04-x64" and copy swigged-llvm-native.so to the build output directory.
* Version 4.0.7-alpha
 Added in Android builds for x86 and armeabi targets; cleaned up package directory structure.

* Version 4.0.6-alpha
 Added in fixes for VerifyModule, CreateMCJITCompilerForModule, MCJITCompilerOptions, InitializeMCJITCompilerOptions, MyString.
Object files provided in this package are a Release build, Net Standard, and native runtimes.

When building with Swigged.llvm, select Platform = "AnyCPU", config = "Debug" or "Release".

On Windows, in the properties for the executable, un-check "Prefer 32-bit" in Build properties, and check "Enable native code debugging". If you are using Net Core or Standard, this option is unavailable--I'm not sure why it is.

On Ubuntu, use Net Core to build your C# program.

On Android, use Visual Studio and add a reference to the SO library files to your Xamarin Forms App. Make sure the directory structure is followed. See https://developer.xamarin.com/guides/android/advanced_topics/using_native_libraries/ for details. Other information can be found at https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/vcblog/2015/02/23/developing-xamarin-android-native-applications/ https://developer.xamarin.com/guides/ios/advanced_topics/native_interop/ https://blog.xamarin.com/build-and-debug-c-libraries-in-xamarin-android-apps-with-visual-studio-2015/ .

For further information, see https://github.com/kaby76/swigged-llvm.