LLVM Weekly - #153, Dec 5th 2016

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I've been at the fifth RISC-V Workshop in Mountain View last week. If you're interested in what went on, you may want to check out my notes from day one and day two.

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Farzad Sadeghi has announced mutator, a Misra-C 2004 checker.It is not yet incomplete, but a number of rules have been implemented. The hope is that in the future it will support code transformations as well.

The Zurich LLVM social will be held on Thursday December 8th at ETH Zurch and will feature a talk 'Transparent Live Code Offloading on FPGA' by Alberto Dassatti. Please register if you would like to attend.

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