LLVM Weekly - #378, March 29th 2021

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News and articles from around the web

The next post in the series about Cling is now available, discussing how Cling has been extended to support template instantiation on demand and to act as an “interpreter/compiler as a service”.

On the LLVM blog, Arthur Eubanks provided a write-up of the ‘new’ pass manager, detailing what it is, work that has been done to transition so far, and next steps.

Crystal, a programming language with Ruby-inspired syntax using LLVM as it’s codegen backend has just had its 1.0 release.

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