LLVM Weekly - #47, Nov 24th 2014

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Version 3.0 of the Capstone disassembly framework has been released. Python bindings have been updated to support Python 3, and this release also adds support for Sparc, SystemZ and XCore. It also has performance improvements.

Herb Sutter has penned a trip report of the recent ISO C++ meeting.

Emscripten has updated to use LLVM 3.4 from the PNaCl team. There's more work to be done to rebase on top of 3.5.

Woboq has written a blog post detailing C++14 features of interest to Qt programmers, though I suspect the article has a wider potential audience than that. Recent Clang of course has good support for the new C++14 features.

There is going to be an LLVM Devroom at FOSDEM 2015, and the submission deadline for presentations/talks/tutorials is on Dec 1st.

Apple's LLVM Source Tools and Program Analysis teams are looking for interns for Summer 2015.

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