libc++ package in Ubuntu

libc++-dev: LLVM C++ Standard library (development files)
libc++-helpers: LLVM C++ Standard library - build helpers
libc++-test: LLVM C++ Standard library (test cases)
libc++1: LLVM C++ Standard library
libc++1-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libc++1
libc++abi-dev: LLVM low level support for a standard C++ library (development files)
libc++abi-test: libc++abi test cases
libc++abi1: LLVM low level support for a standard C++ library
libc++abi1-dbgsym: debug symbols for package libc++abi1

This package has 0 new bugs and 0 open questions.

Package information

Maintainer:
Ubuntu Developers
Urgency:*
Medium Urgency
Architectures:*
any all
Latest upload:
3.7.0-1ubuntu0.1

*actual publishing details may vary in this distribution, these are just the package defaults.

Upstream connections

LLVMtrunk

LLVM is a robust system, particularly well suited for developing new mid-level language-independent analyses and optimizations of all sorts, including those that require extensive interprocedural analysis. LLVM is also a great target for front-end development for conventional or research programming languages, including those which require compile-time, link-time, or run-time optimization for effective implementation, proper tail calls or garbage collection. We have an incomplete list of projects which have used LLVM for various purposes, showing that you can get up-and-running quickly with LLVM, giving time to do interesting things, even if you only have a semester in a University course. We also have a list of ideas for projects in LLVM.

Bug supervisor: no
Bug tracker: yes
Branch: no

There are no registered releases for the LLVM ⇒ trunk.

The Artful Aardvark (pre-release freeze)
3.9.1-3 release (universe) 2017-08-03
The Zesty Zapus (current stable release)
3.9.1-2 release (universe) 2017-02-22
The Xenial Xerus (supported)
3.7.0-1 release (universe) 2015-12-30
3.7.0-1ubuntu0.1 updates (universe) 2017-09-28
The Trusty Tahr (supported)
1.0~svn199600-1 release (universe) 2014-01-21