LLVM Weekly - #65, Mar 30th 2015

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The Z3 theorem prover from Microsoft Research is now on Github, and more importantly now released under the MIT license. This is a true open source license allowing commercial use, unlike the previous non-commercial use only license. It's been used with LLVM in the ALIVe project.

The schedule for EuroLLVM has been published. There are still a number of early registration tickets left. If you can be in London on 13th and 14th of April then I'd highly recommend registering.

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