LLVM Weekly - #154, Dec 12th 2016

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News and articles from around the web

Saman Barghi has written a blog post about generating a C interface to C++ code using Clang's LibTooling.

Psyche-c is an interesting project, providing a compiler for incomplete C code. It includes a Hindley-Milner type inference engine to reconstruct missing type information.

Slides are now available from the LLVM in HPC workshop at SC16.

Phoronix have produced an updated performance comparison for code generated by LLVM and by GCC.

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