This week, you may have noticed that we upgraded LLVM to version 11.1. We're
very sorry for the delay in doing this... as version 12.0 is already out.
Upgrade to that should hopefully come much sooner, in the next month or so.
If you had the "llvm" bundle installed, it's been upgraded to version 11:
$ clang --version
clang version 11.1.0
If you had the "llvm10" bundle installed, you will still have version 10, but
all commands are suffixed with "-10", as in "clang-10".
The new bundle "llvm11" was also added, which you can swupd bundle-add now to
keep your clang-11 working when the next upgrade comes. It's exactly the same
as the "llvm" bundle currently.
As happened for the 10.0 upgrade last year, we had to disable some packages
that compiled against LLVM's own libraries and had not followed the mainline
development. This time, it was the Intel Graphics Compiler for OpenCL. We're
in contact with the development team and they're working on getting both 11
and 12 working, so it should hopefully come back shortly. Until then, please
bear with us with this disruption (do let us know if you're affected).
Everything else was upgraded to link to LLVM 11, including Mesa.
Thiago Macieira - thiago.macieira (AT) intel.com
Software Architect - Intel DPG Cloud Engineering