LLVM Weekly - #131, Jul 4th 2016

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We (your editor along with his co-conspirators) are pleased to announce that registration and talk submission is now open for the 2016 LLVM Cauldron. This is a free one-day conference which will be held on Thursday September 8th in Hebden Bridge, UK. It's held on the day before the GNU Tools Cauldron which is at the same venue, so you're strongly recommended to sign up for both. We're also looking for additional sponsors. If you think you may be able to help then please contact me at asb@asbradbury.org.

The 2016 LLVM Developers' Meeting has been announced. The call for papers is open until August 25th. The Meeting will be held over November 3rd-4th in San Jose, California and registration is now open.

The SwiftShader CPU-based OpenGL ES implementation is now open source. It of course uses LLVM as the backend to its code generator.

Herb Sutter has written up a trip report from the Summer ISO C++ standard meeting at Oulu. The big news is that C++17 is now feature complete.

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