LLVM Weekly - #158, Jan 9th 2017

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News and articles from around the web

John Regehr has written up a really helpful tourist's guide to the LLVM source code.

The Alive tool for proving the correctness of peephole optimisations is now available online.

The program for the LLVM performance workshop at CGO has been announced. It will take place on Saturday February 4th in Austin, Texas.

The next LLVM social in Paris has been announced for January 17th. It will feature a talk on the interactions between Polly and other LLVM passes.

Shahar Mike has written up a brief tutorial on using libclang to parse C++.

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