Arch Linux why use clang35 ?
Hi, Today I started installing 4.13.2 and I noticed that I still need to have clang35 installed. That is bad because I use Codelite and clang (atm 3.8.1). So every time I want to update UE4 I have to remove Clang and Codelite, install UE4 and then reinstall Codelite and clang.
However, if I compile C++ projects with clang 3.8.1 they work.
I found a answer on how to white list a version of clang.
My Question now is: Why do we need clang 3.5 if the usual clang package is working?
asked Oct 16 '16 at 11:22 AM in Linux
Well I don't know exactly why it's with clang35 on the setup script but you can also modify the installing script. "/Engine/Build/BatchFiles/Linux/Setup.sh" Locate line 139 and change
answered Oct 17 '16 at 04:52 PM
We don't use nor even test Arch but we keep the Arch-specific logic in Setup.sh for users' convenience, even if it is out of date (still easier to start with something instead from scratch). Feel free to submit a pull request to fix it, although keep in mind that it will be in 4.15 at this point, so your changes need to be future proof enough.
answered Oct 17 '16 at 09:14 PM
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