LLVM Weekly - #318, February 3rd 2020

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News and articles from around the web

LLVM 10.0.0-rc1 has been tagged.

The program for EuroLLVM 2020 is now online. The early bird registration rate is available through to Feb 27th.

Joel Laity wrote a piece about libc++'s implementation of std::string, and the optimisations it uses.

Martin Dørum wrote up how he modified Clang to trial a new C++ lambda syntax.

The HPVM (Heterogenous Parallel Virtual Machine) research project has announced its v0.5 release.

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