LLVM Weekly - #392, July 5th 2021

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News and articles from around the web

Phoronix posted an article benchmarking LLVM/Clang 12 with various settings.

A new data analytics framework has been released, Tuplex, which offers LLVM-backed code generation and promises speedups of 10-20x over PySpark or Dask.

Video is now available from a recent LLVM/Flang technical call, where Mark LeAir presented on how to add a new intrinsic to Flang.

The Red Hat Developer blog has a new article about using source-level annotations available in GCC to help protect buffer overflows.

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