LLVM Weekly - #71, May 11th 2015

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News and articles from around the web

The implementation of OpenMP 3.1 in Clang/LLVM is now complete. Well done to everyone involved.

Most slides from the presentations at EuroLLVM 2015 are now online. Video is coming soon.

Version 3.5.1 of Clang UPC, the Unified Parallel C compiler has been released. The main change seems to be the move to Clang/LLVM 3.5.

The Pony Language, which features an LLVM backend has recently been released. It received quite a lot of discussion on Hacker News.

Many readers might be interested in this update from the last C++ standardization committee meeting.

IBM have posted some bounties for TSAN support and MSAN support for PPC64.

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