LLVM Weekly - #169, Mar 27th 2017

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Unfortunately I wasn't able to make it to EuroLLVM this year - I'm looking forward to videos, slides, and reports from the event!

News and articles from around the web

LLVM is taking part in Google Summer of Code again this year and applications are now open. You might also be interested in submitting a proposal for lowRISC.

Herb Sutter has written up a trip report from the Kona ISO C++ standards meeting. The big news from this meeting was obviously that C++17 has now been submitted for ISO approval.

clang-expand is a command-line tool that will intelligently "expand" a given function into the current scope. It provides its output in JSON, and offers a sample editor integration.

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