Initial commit with LLVM 3.4.1, cfe 3.4.1 and compiler-rt 3.4

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This file is a list of the people responsible for ensuring that patches for a
particular part of LLVM are reviewed, either by themself or by someone else.
They are also the gatekeepers for their part of LLVM, with the final word on
what goes in or not.
The list is sorted by surname and formatted to allow easy grepping and
beautification by scripts. The fields are: name (N), email (E), web-address
(W), PGP key ID and fingerprint (P), description (D), and snail-mail address
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N: Joe Abbey
E: jabbey@arxan.com
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N: Owen Anderson
E: resistor@mac.com
D: SelectionDAG (lib/CodeGen/SelectionDAG/*)
N: Rafael Avila de Espindola
E: rafael.espindola@gmail.com
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N: Chandler Carruth
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E: evan.cheng@apple.com
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N: Eric Christopher
E: echristo@gmail.com
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N: Peter Collingbourne
D: libclc
N: Anshuman Dasgupta
E: adasgupt@codeaurora.org
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N: Hal Finkel
E: hfinkel@anl.gov
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N: Venkatraman Govindaraju
E: venkatra@cs.wisc.edu
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N: Benjamin Kramer
E: benny.kra@gmail.com
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N: Sergei Larin
E: slarin@codeaurora.org
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N: Chris Lattner
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N: Nadav Rotem
E: nrotem@apple.com
D: X86 Backend, Loop Vectorizer
N: Daniel Sanders
E: daniel.sanders@imgtec.com
D: MIPS Backend (lib/Target/Mips/*)
N: Richard Sandiford
E: rsandifo@linux.vnet.ibm.com
D: SystemZ Backend
N: Duncan Sands
E: baldrick@free.fr
D: DragonEgg
N: Kostya Serebryany
E: kcc@google.com
D: AddressSanitizer, ThreadSanitizer (LLVM parts)
N: Michael Spencer
E: bigcheesegs@gmail.com
D: Windows parts of Support, Object, ar, nm, objdump, ranlib, size
N: Tom Stellard
E: thomas.stellard@amd.com
E: mesa-dev@lists.freedesktop.org
D: R600 Backend
N: Evgeniy Stepanov
E: eugenis@google.com
D: MemorySanitizer (LLVM part)
N: Andrew Trick
E: atrick@apple.com
D: IndVar Simplify, Loop Strength Reduction, Instruction Scheduling
N: Bill Wendling
E: isanbard@gmail.com
D: libLTO, IR Linker
N: Peter Zotov
E: whitequark@whitequark.org
D: OCaml bindings

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This file is a partial list of people who have contributed to the LLVM
project. If you have contributed a patch or made some other contribution to
LLVM, please submit a patch to this file to add yourself, and it will be
done!
The list is sorted by surname and formatted to allow easy grepping and
beautification by scripts. The fields are: name (N), email (E), web-address
(W), PGP key ID and fingerprint (P), description (D), snail-mail address
(S), and (I) IRC handle.
N: Vikram Adve
E: vadve@cs.uiuc.edu
W: http://www.cs.uiuc.edu/~vadve/
D: The Sparc64 backend, provider of much wisdom, and motivator for LLVM
N: Owen Anderson
E: resistor@mac.com
D: LCSSA pass and related LoopUnswitch work
D: GVNPRE pass, DataLayout refactoring, random improvements
N: Henrik Bach
D: MingW Win32 API portability layer
N: Aaron Ballman
E: aaron@aaronballman.com
D: __declspec attributes, Windows support, general bug fixing
N: Nate Begeman
E: natebegeman@mac.com
D: PowerPC backend developer
D: Target-independent code generator and analysis improvements
N: Daniel Berlin
E: dberlin@dberlin.org
D: ET-Forest implementation.
D: Sparse bitmap
N: David Blaikie
E: dblaikie@gmail.com
D: General bug fixing/fit & finish, mostly in Clang
N: Neil Booth
E: neil@daikokuya.co.uk
D: APFloat implementation.
N: Misha Brukman
E: brukman+llvm@uiuc.edu
W: http://misha.brukman.net
D: Portions of X86 and Sparc JIT compilers, PowerPC backend
D: Incremental bitcode loader
N: Cameron Buschardt
E: buschard@uiuc.edu
D: The `mem2reg' pass - promotes values stored in memory to registers
N: Brendon Cahoon
E: bcahoon@codeaurora.org
D: Loop unrolling with run-time trip counts.
N: Chandler Carruth
E: chandlerc@gmail.com
E: chandlerc@google.com
D: Hashing algorithms and interfaces
D: Inline cost analysis
D: Machine block placement pass
D: SROA
N: Casey Carter
E: ccarter@uiuc.edu
D: Fixes to the Reassociation pass, various improvement patches
N: Evan Cheng
E: evan.cheng@apple.com
D: ARM and X86 backends
D: Instruction scheduler improvements
D: Register allocator improvements
D: Loop optimizer improvements
D: Target-independent code generator improvements
N: Dan Villiom Podlaski Christiansen
E: danchr@gmail.com
E: danchr@cs.au.dk
W: http://villiom.dk
D: LLVM Makefile improvements
D: Clang diagnostic & driver tweaks
S: Aarhus, Denmark
N: Jeff Cohen
E: jeffc@jolt-lang.org
W: http://jolt-lang.org
D: Native Win32 API portability layer
N: John T. Criswell
E: criswell@uiuc.edu
D: Original Autoconf support, documentation improvements, bug fixes
N: Anshuman Dasgupta
E: adasgupt@codeaurora.org
D: Deterministic finite automaton based infrastructure for VLIW packetization
N: Stefanus Du Toit
E: stefanus.du.toit@intel.com
D: Bug fixes and minor improvements
N: Rafael Avila de Espindola
E: rafael.espindola@gmail.com
D: The ARM backend
N: Alkis Evlogimenos
E: alkis@evlogimenos.com
D: Linear scan register allocator, many codegen improvements, Java frontend
N: Hal Finkel
E: hfinkel@anl.gov
D: Basic-block autovectorization, PowerPC backend improvements
N: Ryan Flynn
E: pizza@parseerror.com
D: Miscellaneous bug fixes
N: Brian Gaeke
E: gaeke@uiuc.edu
W: http://www.students.uiuc.edu/~gaeke/
D: Portions of X86 static and JIT compilers; initial SparcV8 backend
D: Dynamic trace optimizer
D: FreeBSD/X86 compatibility fixes, the llvm-nm tool
N: Nicolas Geoffray
E: nicolas.geoffray@lip6.fr
W: http://www-src.lip6.fr/homepages/Nicolas.Geoffray/
D: PPC backend fixes for Linux
N: Louis Gerbarg
D: Portions of the PowerPC backend
N: Saem Ghani
E: saemghani@gmail.com
D: Callgraph class cleanups
N: Mikhail Glushenkov
E: foldr@codedgers.com
D: Author of llvmc2
N: Dan Gohman
E: dan433584@gmail.com
D: Miscellaneous bug fixes
N: David Goodwin
E: david@goodwinz.net
D: Thumb-2 code generator
N: David Greene
E: greened@obbligato.org
D: Miscellaneous bug fixes
D: Register allocation refactoring
N: Gabor Greif
E: ggreif@gmail.com
D: Improvements for space efficiency
N: James Grosbach
E: grosbach@apple.com
D: SjLj exception handling support
D: General fixes and improvements for the ARM back-end
D: MCJIT
D: ARM integrated assembler and assembly parser
N: Lang Hames
E: lhames@gmail.com
D: PBQP-based register allocator
N: Gordon Henriksen
E: gordonhenriksen@mac.com
D: Pluggable GC support
D: C interface
D: Ocaml bindings
N: Raul Fernandes Herbster
E: raul@dsc.ufcg.edu.br
D: JIT support for ARM
N: Paolo Invernizzi
E: arathorn@fastwebnet.it
D: Visual C++ compatibility fixes
N: Patrick Jenkins
E: patjenk@wam.umd.edu
D: Nightly Tester
N: Dale Johannesen
E: dalej@apple.com
D: ARM constant islands improvements
D: Tail merging improvements
D: Rewrite X87 back end
D: Use APFloat for floating point constants widely throughout compiler
D: Implement X87 long double
N: Brad Jones
E: kungfoomaster@nondot.org
D: Support for packed types
N: Rod Kay
E: rkay@auroraux.org
D: Author of LLVM Ada bindings
N: Eric Kidd
W: http://randomhacks.net/
D: llvm-config script
N: Anton Korobeynikov
E: asl@math.spbu.ru
D: Mingw32 fixes, cross-compiling support, stdcall/fastcall calling conv.
D: x86/linux PIC codegen, aliases, regparm/visibility attributes
D: Switch lowering refactoring
N: Sumant Kowshik
E: kowshik@uiuc.edu
D: Author of the original C backend
N: Benjamin Kramer
E: benny.kra@gmail.com
D: Miscellaneous bug fixes
N: Sundeep Kushwaha
E: sundeepk@codeaurora.org
D: Implemented DFA-based target independent VLIW packetizer
N: Christopher Lamb
E: christopher.lamb@gmail.com
D: aligned load/store support, parts of noalias and restrict support
D: vreg subreg infrastructure, X86 codegen improvements based on subregs
D: address spaces
N: Jim Laskey
E: jlaskey@apple.com
D: Improvements to the PPC backend, instruction scheduling
D: Debug and Dwarf implementation
D: Auto upgrade mangler
D: llvm-gcc4 svn wrangler
N: Chris Lattner
E: sabre@nondot.org
W: http://nondot.org/~sabre/
D: Primary architect of LLVM
N: Tanya Lattner (Tanya Brethour)
E: tonic@nondot.org
W: http://nondot.org/~tonic/
D: The initial llvm-ar tool, converted regression testsuite to dejagnu
D: Modulo scheduling in the SparcV9 backend
D: Release manager (1.7+)
N: Sylvestre Ledru
E: sylvestre@debian.org
W: http://sylvestre.ledru.info/
W: http://llvm.org/apt/
D: Debian and Ubuntu packaging
D: Continous integration with jenkins
N: Andrew Lenharth
E: alenhar2@cs.uiuc.edu
W: http://www.lenharth.org/~andrewl/
D: Alpha backend
D: Sampling based profiling
N: Nick Lewycky
E: nicholas@mxc.ca
D: PredicateSimplifier pass
N: Tony Linthicum, et. al.
E: tlinth@codeaurora.org
D: Backend for Qualcomm's Hexagon VLIW processor.
N: Bruno Cardoso Lopes
E: bruno.cardoso@gmail.com
W: http://www.brunocardoso.org
D: The Mips backend
N: Duraid Madina
E: duraid@octopus.com.au
W: http://kinoko.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~duraid/
D: IA64 backend, BigBlock register allocator
N: John McCall
E: rjmccall@apple.com
D: Clang semantic analysis and IR generation
N: Michael McCracken
E: michael.mccracken@gmail.com
D: Line number support for llvmgcc
N: Vladimir Merzliakov
E: wanderer@rsu.ru
D: Test suite fixes for FreeBSD
N: Scott Michel
E: scottm@aero.org
D: Added STI Cell SPU backend.
N: Kai Nacke
E: kai@redstar.de
D: Support for implicit TLS model used with MS VC runtime
D: Dumping of Win64 EH structures
N: Takumi Nakamura
E: geek4civic@gmail.com
E: chapuni@hf.rim.or.jp
D: Cygwin and MinGW support.
D: Win32 tweaks.
S: Yokohama, Japan
N: Edward O'Callaghan
E: eocallaghan@auroraux.org
W: http://www.auroraux.org
D: Add Clang support with various other improvements to utils/NewNightlyTest.pl
D: Fix and maintain Solaris & AuroraUX support for llvm, various build warnings
D: and error clean ups.
N: Morten Ofstad
E: morten@hue.no
D: Visual C++ compatibility fixes
N: Jakob Stoklund Olesen
E: stoklund@2pi.dk
D: Machine code verifier
D: Blackfin backend
D: Fast register allocator
D: Greedy register allocator
N: Richard Osborne
E: richard@xmos.com
D: XCore backend
N: Devang Patel
E: dpatel@apple.com
D: LTO tool, PassManager rewrite, Loop Pass Manager, Loop Rotate
D: GCC PCH Integration (llvm-gcc), llvm-gcc improvements
D: Optimizer improvements, Loop Index Split
N: Wesley Peck
E: peckw@wesleypeck.com
W: http://wesleypeck.com/
D: MicroBlaze backend
N: Francois Pichet
E: pichet2000@gmail.com
D: MSVC support
N: Vladimir Prus
W: http://vladimir_prus.blogspot.com
E: ghost@cs.msu.su
D: Made inst_iterator behave like a proper iterator, LowerConstantExprs pass
N: Kalle Raiskila
E: kalle.rasikila@nokia.com
D: Some bugfixes to CellSPU
N: Xerxes Ranby
E: xerxes@zafena.se
D: Cmake dependency chain and various bug fixes
N: Alex Rosenberg
E: alexr@leftfield.org
I: arosenberg
D: ARM calling conventions rewrite, hard float support
N: Chad Rosier
E: mcrosier@codeaurora.org
D: ARM fast-isel improvements
D: Performance monitoring
N: Nadav Rotem
E: nrotem@apple.com
D: X86 code generation improvements, Loop Vectorizer.
N: Roman Samoilov
E: roman@codedgers.com
D: MSIL backend
N: Duncan Sands
E: baldrick@free.fr
I: baldrick
D: Ada support in llvm-gcc
D: Dragonegg plugin
D: Exception handling improvements
D: Type legalizer rewrite
N: Ruchira Sasanka
E: sasanka@uiuc.edu
D: Graph coloring register allocator for the Sparc64 backend
N: Arnold Schwaighofer
E: arnold.schwaighofer@gmail.com
D: Tail call optimization for the x86 backend
N: Shantonu Sen
E: ssen@apple.com
D: Miscellaneous bug fixes
N: Anand Shukla
E: ashukla@cs.uiuc.edu
D: The `paths' pass
N: Michael J. Spencer
E: bigcheesegs@gmail.com
D: Shepherding Windows COFF support into MC.
D: Lots of Windows stuff.
N: Reid Spencer
E: rspencer@reidspencer.com
W: http://reidspencer.com/
D: Lots of stuff, see: http://wiki.llvm.org/index.php/User:Reid
N: Alp Toker
E: alp@nuanti.com
W: http://atoker.com/
D: C++ frontend next generation standards implementation
N: Craig Topper
E: craig.topper@gmail.com
D: X86 codegen and disassembler improvements. AVX2 support.
N: Edwin Torok
E: edwintorok@gmail.com
D: Miscellaneous bug fixes
N: Adam Treat
E: manyoso@yahoo.com
D: C++ bugs filed, and C++ front-end bug fixes.
N: Lauro Ramos Venancio
E: lauro.venancio@indt.org.br
D: ARM backend improvements
D: Thread Local Storage implementation
N: Bill Wendling
I: wendling
E: isanbard@gmail.com
D: Release manager, IR Linker, LTO
D: Bunches of stuff
N: Bob Wilson
E: bob.wilson@acm.org
D: Advanced SIMD (NEON) support in the ARM backend.

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DIRS := $(filter-out tools docs, $(DIRS))
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DIRS := $(filter-out tools docs, $(DIRS))
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ifeq ($(MAKECMDGOALS),tools-only)
DIRS := $(filter-out docs, $(DIRS))
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tools/clang/tools/c-index-test \
tools/clang/include/clang-c \
tools/clang/runtime tools/clang/docs \
tools/lto
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NO_INSTALL = 1
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unset CXXFLAGS ; \
unset SDKROOT ; \
unset UNIVERSAL_SDK_PATH ; \
$(PROJ_SRC_DIR)/configure --build=$(BUILD_TRIPLE) \
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($(MAKE) -C BuildTools \
BUILD_DIRS_ONLY=1 \
UNIVERSAL= \
UNIVERSAL_SDK_PATH= \
SDKROOT= \
TARGET_NATIVE_ARCH="$(TARGET_NATIVE_ARCH)" \
TARGETS_TO_BUILD="$(TARGETS_TO_BUILD)" \
ENABLE_OPTIMIZED=$(ENABLE_OPTIMIZED) \
ENABLE_PROFILING=$(ENABLE_PROFILING) \
ENABLE_COVERAGE=$(ENABLE_COVERAGE) \
DISABLE_ASSERTIONS=$(DISABLE_ASSERTIONS) \
ENABLE_EXPENSIVE_CHECKS=$(ENABLE_EXPENSIVE_CHECKS) \
ENABLE_LIBCPP=$(ENABLE_LIBCPP) \
CFLAGS= \
CXXFLAGS= \
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$(Echo) Building Profiling Version
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$(Verb) $(MAKE) ENABLE_PROFILING=1
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$(Echo) Eliminating files constructed by configure
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