This page describes steps to build ChromeOS with Clang or ASAN (which is Clang-based). Address Sanitizer (ASAN) is a fast memory error detector based on compiler instrumentation.
Note that currently we can reliably build ChromeOS Chrome with Clang. Other ChromeOS modules are TBD.
If you are interested in use of Clang or ASAN, please subscribe to the "page changes" to be notified when the process below is improved. Please send feedback about this process to Denis Glotov and/or chromium-os-dev mailing list.
1. Have your chroot set up and all packages built. Just as in Chromium OS Developer Guide.
2. Specify what you want to build with: either clang only or clang + ASAN.
3. Build ChromeOS Chrome as usual.
Note that we have buildbots that uses Clang/ASAN and runs auto tests. See more here: Sheriff FAQ: Chromium OS ASAN bots.