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llvm-toolchain-snapshot (1:6.0~svn321357-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Snapshot upload before rc1 (January)
  * Create clang-tools-6.0 and move the various clang tools into it
    clang-tools-6.0 depends on clang-6.0. This might affect some packages.
    (Closes: #836397)
  * Bring back the libedit support in lldb
    Fix upstream bug https://bugs.llvm.org/show_bug.cgi?id=35291
  * Also ship ld64.lld and wasm-ld in the lld-X.Y package
  * Update d/rules to reflect the move of libfuzzer into compiler-rt
  * Update of the copyright file (Closes: #878502)
    Thanks to Nicholas D Steeves for the work
  * Try to fix the mipsel FTBFS (Closes: #877567)
    I am trying the first option from the bug:
    - gsplit-dward on 32 bits archs
    - -g everywhere
    Many thanks to Adrian Bunk for that
  * Use ?= for some variables declarations
  * Remove the hardcoded declarations of llvm version in debian/rules
  * add /usr/lib/cuda to the CUDA toolkit search paths
    Thanks to Andreas Beckmann for the patch (Closes: #882505) (LP: #1706326)
  * Fix the fix-scan-view-path.diff path
  * Move libomp-dev from Suggests to Recommends (Closes: #882781)
  * Add a symlink to fix lldb-X.Y (Closes: #881993)
  * Remove update-cuda-search-path.patch (applied upstream)
  * Also install usr/bin/lldb-test-6.0
  * liblld-6.0-dev depends on liblld-6.0 (Closes: #856545)
  * Add new symbols for libclang1:
    - clang_CXIndex_setInvocationEmissionPathOption
    - clang_CXXRecord_isAbstract
    - clang_Cursor_getObjCManglings
    - clang_getCursorTLSKind
  * add test-keep-alive.diff to improve the keep alive for some
    archs like mips*
  * Standards-Version: 4.1.1
  * remove liblld-6.0-dbg for now

 -- Sylvestre Ledru <email address hidden>  Fri, 22 Dec 2017 15:23:17 +0100

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