LLVM Weekly - #28, Jul 14th 2014

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I'll be at the GNU Tools Cauldron 2014 next weekend, being held at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory (which handily is also where I work). If you're there, do say hi.

News and articles from around the web

An update on Clang/LLVM on Windows has been posted on the LLVM blog. Impressive progress has been made, and as I mentioned last week the MSVC compatibility page has been updated.

There is (somewhat amazingly) now a Pascal-86 frontend for LLVM. The compiler frontend is written entirely in Python. More information is available in the author's Master's thesis (via Phoronix).

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