LLVM Weekly - #386, May 24th 2021

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News and articles from around the web

Francesco Bertolaccini created ClangQL, a proof-of-concept SQLite extension for querying C++ codebases that have been indexed using clangd.

Nelson Hage blogged about using AWS Lambda to build LLVM in 90 seconds.

Pekka Jääskeläinen announced the release of PoCL v1.7, a portable open source implementation of OpenCL. This release features support for Clang/LLVM 12.0 and has improved support for cross-compiling and SPIR-V binaries when using CPU devices.

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