LLVM Weekly - #127, June 6th 2016

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News and articles from around the web

Graham Markall at Embecosm has been comparing the code size of RISC-V binaries produced by the GCC and LLVM ports, as well as compared to ARM. GCC is currently ahead, though it is worth noting the LLVM port has seen much less attention.

Matthias Reisinger is a Google Summer of Code student working on enabling polyhedral optimisations for the Julia programming language. He's written a blog post detailing his initial steps and immediate future plans. Hopefully we'll see more posts over the summer.

Loïc Hamot has been working on a C++ to D converter, implemented using Clang.

The MSVC team have blogged about the latest release of Clang with Microsoft CodeGen, based on Clang 3.8.

There is going to be a clang-tidy code dojo in Warsaw on Tuesday the 7th of June.

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