LLVM Weekly - #269, February 25th 2019

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Slides from the C4ML "Compilers for Machine Learning" workshop at CGO 2019 are now available. Slides from the talk on MLIR presented by Chris Lattner and Jacques Pienaar will be of particular interest to the LLVM community.

At the C++ Committee meeting in Kona, C++20 was declared feature complete. See this reddit /r/cpp trip report for full details. Most notably, modules and coroutines were added to C++20 at the Kona meeting.

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