LLVM Weekly - #122, May 2nd 2016

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GCC 6.1 has been released. Perhaps the most apparent user-visible change is that the C++ frontend now defaults to C++14.

The Rust compiler has introduced a new intermediate representation, MIR, used for optimisations prior to lowering to LLVM IR.

Tanya Lattner has written about the LLVM Foundation's plans for 2016. The LLVM Foundation has established 3 main programs: Educational Outreach, Grants and Scholarships, and Women in Compilers and Tools.

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