LLVM Weekly - #82, Jul 27th 2015

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News and articles from around the web

The call for papers for the 2015 LLVM Developers' meeting has now gone out. The submission deadline is August 20th. Registration is also now open.

John Regehr and his collaborators working on Souper have shared some initial results from the synthesizing superoptimizer. John is very interested in collecting representative IR from frontends other than Clang. There is also some discussion about these results on the mailing list.

Microsoft have open sourced their GDB/LLDB 'debug engine'.

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