LLVM Weekly - #111, Feb 15th 2016

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There has been a new release of the CilkPlus compiler. This includes an update to the latest LLVM and Clang trunk. CilkPlus implements the Cilk Plus language extensions for data and task parallelism in Clang.

There's been some more papers appearing from the C++ standards committee. P0225R0, or as you may prefer to call it "Why I want Concepts, and why I want them sooner rather than later" is worth a read. There's also been a few other recently published papers on iterator facades, the filesystem technical specification, and unified function call syntax.

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