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08:17:04  <txdv>saghul: hey
08:17:08  <txdv>how are you doing?
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09:41:33  <txdv>saghul: you haven't commented in a while on my pr https://github.com/libuv/libuv/pull/1067
09:42:02  <saghul>But i have! https://github.com/libuv/libuv/pull/1067#issuecomment-251061869 :-)
09:42:23  <saghul>(sorry, some busy days ahead, so it may take me a while)
09:47:40  <txdv>well, that is a comment on the next issue I noticed ;)
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14:52:06  <txdv>did you guys try to compile libuv with clang?
14:52:40  <sgimeno>txdc I've done it from time to time
15:05:51  <saghul>txdv yeah, all the time on OSX. every so ofter on Linux. Why?
15:16:28  <txdv>well, clang is more programmable
15:16:52  <txdv>i want to to actually go through the source code and look what fields each uv_fs_ operation uses
15:17:33  <txdv>its tedious work with if you do it on your own, but if i could get clang to compile libuv and then just traverse the c code
15:27:52  <saghul>did you face any problem compiling? I'm not sure I understand the original question
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16:12:56  <jbergstroem>i compile it frequently with clang
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16:51:03  <txdv>saghul: i just want to know how
16:51:09  <txdv>CC=clangc ?
16:54:50  <saghul>CC=clang
16:55:06  <saghul>and CPP=clang++
16:55:29  <saghul>but for libuv CC is enough
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17:11:00  <rendar>saghul: why libuv start processes inside a global job object in Windows?
17:12:06  <jbergstroem>CXX=clang++
17:12:18  <jbergstroem>(not CPP)
17:12:19  <saghul>rendar what?!
17:12:31  <saghul>jbergstroem right you are!
17:13:53  <txdv>XX is like ++ just 45 deegrees
17:14:02  <txdv>that and is a char compared to +
17:14:31  <rendar>saghul: i mean the global job handle, e.g. uv__init_global_job_handle()
17:14:52  <saghul>I have no idea
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17:16:52  <rendar>saghul: i also saw that the spawn() function deals with "PATH" environment variable, but shouldn't CreateProcess() deals with that internally?
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