LLVM Weekly - #27, Jul 7th 2014

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An LLVM code generator has been merged into the MLton whole-program optimizing compiler for Standard ML. This was written by Brian Leibig as part of his Master's thesis, which contains more information on its performance and design.

Eli Bendersky has written a tool which converts the output of Clang's -ast-dump to HTML. See here for an example. The code is available on Github.

Clang's Microsoft Visual C++ compatibility page has been updated to reflect the status of the current SVN trunk. As can be seen from the relevant diff, record layout has been marked complete along with RTTI. Lambdas are now marked mostly complete.

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