LLVM Weekly - #35, Sep 1st 2014

Welcome to the thirty-fifth issue of LLVM Weekly, a weekly newsletter (published every Monday) covering developments in LLVM, Clang, and related projects.LLVM Weekly is brought to you by Alex Bradbury. Subscribe to future issues at http://llvmweekly.org and pass it on to anyone else you think may be interested. Please send any tips or feedback to asb@asbradbury.org, or @llvmweekly or @asbradbury on Twitter.

As I mentioned in a previous issue, I am involved in the lowRISC projects to produce a fully open-source SoC. Just a quick reminder that we are hiring, and you have just over a week to get your application in.

News and articles from around the web

LLVM/Clang 3.5 is inching ever closer to release. The fourth and hopefully final release candidate is available for testing.

Quarks Lab have published a preview of SCAF, a Source Code Analysis Framework built on Clang. It promises a release soon.

The VMKit project website has this week been updated to mark the project as retired. VMKit was a project to implement virtual machines such as a JVM on top of LLVM. People interested in restarting the project are encouraged to get in touch with Gaƫl Thomas.

AMD and Microsoft have released a C++ AMP compiler targeting version 1.2 of the specification. The C++ AMP (Accelerated Massive Parallelism) compiler is of course based on LLVM and Clang, and can be found here.

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