Thanks for the replies. > >> Is it possible to download it (pre-built) somewhere? > > I can build and put up the 3.0 release somewhere when its released, > which will be today/tomorrow. No need to, unless you think others want to use it. I saw the parts about building Haiku with clang (and the problems).... I was mostly asking from the perspective of using llvm+clang and go compiler in Haiku itself. Anyways, it's no big deal, as I probably won't end up using it anyways. Still, thanks for the info.