LLVM Weekly - #43, Oct 27th 2014

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This week it's the LLVM Developers' Meeting in San Jose. Check out the schedule. Unfortunately I won't be there, so I'm looking forward to the slides and videos going online.

News and articles from around the web

Philip Reames has written up a detailed discussion of statepoints vs gcroot for representing call safepoints. The aim is to clearly explain how the safepoint functionality provided by the patches currently up for review differ to the current gc.root support.

The Haskell community have put together a proposal for an improved LLVM backend to GHC. They intend to ship GHC with its own local LLVM build.

CoderGears have published a blog post about using Clang to get better warnings in Visual C++ projects.

There is going to be a dedicated LLVM devroom at FOSDEM 2015. Here is the call for speakers and participation.

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