LLVM Weekly - #39, Sep 29th 2014

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News and articles from around the web

An implementation of Common Lisp with an LLVM backend, Clasp, has been announced. There's a lot of work to be done on performance, but development is very active on Github.

A backend for the educational 'y86' instruction set architecture has been started. The source is on Github.

A new binary snopshot of the ELLCC cross compilation toolchain is now available. Pre-compiled binaries are available for ARM, MIPS, PPC, and x86. All tarballs contain header files and runtime libraries for all targets to allow you to build for any supported target.

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