LLVM Weekly - #109, Feb 1st 2016

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News and articles from around the web

The GNU Tools Cauldron 2016 has been announced for the 9th-11th of September 2016, in Hebden Bridge, UK.

The Sulong project has been announced. It is an LLVM IR interpreter using the Truffle framework and Graal on the JVM to support JIT compilation.

Ehsan Akhgari has posted an updated on building Firefox with clang-cl. It is now possible to build a complete Firefox with Clang without using the MSVC fallback once.

I've mentioned it down below in the list of notable commits, but it's worth calling out here too: the old autoconf build-system has now been removed from LLVM. 3.8 will be the last release to include it. Time to switch to CMake if you haven't already.

John Regehr gave a talk about undefined behaviour in LLVM at the Paris LLVM meetup, and you can find the slides here.

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