LLVM Weekly - #119, Apr 11th 2016

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News and articles from around the web

Last week the slides from the recent EuroLLVM 2016 Developers' Meeting made it online. This week this has been followed by videos of the talks from the conference.

John Regehr has written about efficient integer overflow checking in LLVM, looking at cases where LLVM can and cannot remove unnecessary overflow checks, and how this might be improved.

Version 0.13 of Pocl, the portable OpenCL implementation has been released. This release works with LLVM/Clang 3.8 and 3.7, and adds initial OpenCL 2.0 support and improved HSA support.

Serge Guelton at QuarksLab has written up a really useful guide to implementing a custom directive handler in Clang.

Microsoft's Visual C++ team are looking for feedback on Clang/C2 (Clang with Microsoft CodeGen).

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