LLVM Weekly - #172, Apr 17th 2017

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News and articles from around the web

John Regehr has written up a blog post to accompany an upcoming PLDI 2017 paper on undefined behaviour in LLVM.

Iota is an intriguing project that converts LLVM bitcode to Common Lisp.

The next Paris LLVM Social will be held on 18th April. Please don't forget to register if you'd like to attend.

Portable Computing Language (pocl) version 0.14 has been released. This adds support for LLVM/Clang 3.9+4.0, a new binary format, and initial support for out-of-order command queue task scheduling.

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