LLVM Weekly - #261, December 31st 2018

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It's been a very quiet week in LLVM development, no doubt due to the holidays. Happy New Year!

News and articles from around the web

Jan Hubička has continued his comparison of a GCC vs Clang-compiled Firefox (with LTO+PGO). As with the previous part, it's incredibly thorough and a fascinating read.

The deadline for the CfP for the LLVM Performance Workshop at CGO 2019 has been extended to the 4th Jan, 2019. The workshop will now be taking place on Sunday February 17th.

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