LLVM Weekly - #85, Aug 17th 2015

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Videos from April's EuroLLVM are now online.

The deadline for the 2015 LLVM Developer's Meeting call for papers is rapidly approaching. Get your proposal in by August 20th, 11:59PM PDT.

A new paper covering the AST generation techniques used in Polly in great detail has been published in the July issue of TOPLAS. You can read the preprint here.

The Customizable Naming Convention Checker (CNCC) is a new Clang-based tool that can be used to validate class, field, variable, and namespace naming conventions against a chosen regular expression.

EvilML is a deliciously terrifying compiler that compiles ML to C++ template language.

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