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Thursday, October 13 • 12:15 - 13:05
Clinging to Clang - Khem Raj, Comcast RDK

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Clang is rapidly developing into a viable static compiler for Embedded Linux ecosystem. As Clang gets support for more and more architectures, it is becoming a very interesting alternative for opensource static compilers on Embedded Linux. The modern design of LLVM and Clang infrastructure enables rapid prototying and tool development on top of LLVM, which is unfolding a lot of sophisticated tools in Clang suite e.g. Clang-tidy, pp-trace, Address and memory sanitizers, static analysis tools and so on. This talk will explain the Clang/LLVM tools in details and its usecases and advantages in Embedded Linux. Above all it will introduce Clang as C/C++ cross-compiler for embedded Linux Development and its integration with Yocto project and how it can be used with Yocto Project's Extended SDK. It will also cover the strong points and differences of Clang code generations vis-a-vis GCC


Khem Raj

Principle Linux Architect, Comcast RDK
Working on deploying Yocto Project/OpenEmbedded into Comcast's community Reference Design Kit for STB and designing open source software development and contribution procedures. Previously worked at Juniper where he was responsible to creating and maintaining Linux base operating system for upcoming Junos( Juniper's Network Operating System) again it was based on Yocto project. He is a contributor and maintainer for pieces in OpenEmbedded and... Read More →

Thursday October 13, 2016 12:15 - 13:05
Hall Berlin E - Ground Level
  • Experience Level Any