LLVM Weekly - #388, June 7th 2021

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News and articles from around the web

CAV 2021 features the LLVM-related paper “An SMT Encoding of LLVM’s Memory Model for Bounded Translation Validation”.

Nikita Popov wrote a blog post about design issues in LLVM IR.

The second Clang Built Linux Meetup and the LLVM Distributors Conf 2021 have been announced.

OpenASIP v1.23 has been released. “OpenASIP, also known as TTA-based Co-Design Environment (TCE), is an open source application-specific instruction-set processor (ASIP) toolset for design and programming of customized co-processors (compiler-programmable accelerators). It is based on the static energy efficient Transport Triggered Architecture (TTA) processor template.”

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