LLVM Weekly - #150, Nov 14th 2016

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The author of the Cretonne code generator has written a document comparing it to LLVM. There has also been discussion on using Cretonne as a backend for Rust.

You may be interested in the recently released 'bloaty' tool, a size profiler for binaries.

There will be an LLVM social today in Salt Lake City, which should be convenient for anyone attending SC16.

The next LLVM social in Paris will take place on November 22nd. Note registration is required.

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