LLVM Weekly - #63, Mar 16th 2015

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LLVM is taking part in Google Summer of Code as a mentoring organisation. Students can earn a $5500 stipend by working on open source projects over the summer, and applications upon today (March 16th). See here for the list of mentoring organisations advertising LLVM-related projects. Please do help spread the word. I am biased, but I'd like to draw particular attention to the wide variety of lowRISC GSoC ideas, including a project to implement an LLVM pass using tagged memory to provide protection against control-flow hijacking.

Version 0.11 of Pocl, the portable open-source OpenCL implementation has been released. Additions in this release include initial Android support and MIPS architecture support.

Version 1.11 of TCE, the TTA-based (Transport Triggered Architecture) Co-design Environment, which uses LLVM has been released. This release adds support for LLVM 3.6.

There will be a LLVM microconference at the Linux Plumbers Conference in August. There is a call for speakers.

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