LLVM Weekly - #195, Sep 25th 2017

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Tanya Lattner is looking for volunteers for the Hackers Lab at the upcoming LLVM Dev Meeting. "we are asking for volunteers to represent a sub-project or topic related to the meeting. These volunteers should be knowledgeable about the sub-project/topic and able to answer some basic questions or point people to the right developer to talk to. If volunteers want to go a step further, they could prepare a list of bugs that groups could work on during the Hackers Lab."

Version 1.16 of the TTA-based code-design environment (TCE) has been released. This release includes support for LLVM 5.0.

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