Originally Posted by Oko
LLVM (Clang is just a front end) and ACK (Amsterdam Compiler Tollkit) is even more paintful because these are abvously not the kind of compilers suitable for creating system binaries.
What are you talking about?
ACK is unsuitable for OpenBSD development. It doesn't support anywhere near enough architectures to be given a serious look.
LLVM on the other hand, *is* suitable for exactly what you claim it's not: creating system binaries.
It's almost like there are whole operating systems out there using LLVM for exactly that.