Welcome to LLVM!
This file provides the location of all important LLVM documentation. In
particular, you should read the license information and the installation
directions before you begin using LLVM.
After that, there are several technical references that will help you use LLVM.
Consult them as necessary.
Finally, you can find information on how to communicate with the LLVM
developers and LLVM community. This is of primary interest if you wish to
submit a bug, supply a patch, or just keep current with what's going on with
LLVM Home Page:
The LLVM Instruction Set and Compilation Strategy:
LLVM User Guides:
Download and Installation Instructions:
LLVM Command Guide:
LLVM Assembly Language:
LLVM Test Suite Guide:
LLVM Programming Documentation:
LLVM Programmers Manual:
Writing an LLVM Pass:
Alias Analysis in LLVM:
Command Line Library:
Submitting a Bug:
Creating a new LLVM Project:
There are several mailing lists providing LLVM users with
o LLVM Announcements List:
This is a low volume list that provides
important announcements regarding LLVM. It is
primarily intended to announce new releases,
major updates to the software, etc. This list
is highly recommended for anyone that uses LLVM.
o LLVM Developers List:
This list is for people who want to be included
in technical discussions of LLVM. People post
to this list when they have questions about
writing code for or using the LLVM tools. It
is low volume.
o LLVM Commits List
This list contains all commit messages that are
made when LLVM developers commit code changes
to the CVS archive. It is useful for those who
want to stay on the bleeding edge of LLVM
This list is very high volume.