LLVM Weekly - #42, Oct 20th 2014

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If you're local to London, you may be interested to know that I'll be talking about lowRISC at the Open Source Hardware User Group on Thursday.

News and articles from around the web

ELLCC, the LLVM-based cross-compilation toolchain now has pre-built binaries for all LLVM tools.

Eli Bendersky's repository of examples for using LLVM and Clang as libraries and for building new passes aren't new, but they are incredibly useful for newcomers to LLVM/Clang and I haven't featured them before. If you want to build something using LLVM or Clang, the llvm-clang-samples repos is one of the best places to start.

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