LLVM Weekly - #84, Aug 10th 2015

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News and articles from around the web

Adrian Sampson has written a fantastic introduction to LLVM. It's titled LLVM for Grad Students, but it should be useful for anybody looking to use LLVM or just wanting to understand it better.

Brandon Holt has written up a short and helpful post giving hints and tips on debugging LLVM.

The move of the mailing lists from UIUC on to lists.llvm.org is now complete. All public LLVM-related mailing lists are shown here. List addresses have now changed to listname@lists.llvm.org.

There's been some exciting activity in the world of GCC. Support for the draft C++ Concepts TS has been committed. A draft of the technical specification is available here. Additionally, Nick Clifton has posted a useful summary of GNU toolchain developments for July/August.

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