LLVM Weekly - #90, Sep 21st 2015

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News and articles from around the web

The ISO C++ committee have started putting together a set of C++ Core Guidelines. The document describes itself as a set of guidelines for using C++ well, with the intention that adherence to the rules could be checked by an analysis tool. Bjarne Stroustrup and Herb Sutter are acting as editors for this project.

A reddit user has posted a detailed description of how they use libclang to generate reflection data for C++.

Andrew Chambers has written a blog post about his use of fuzzing to look for ABI bugs.

This short and sweet blog post introduces the clazy static checker, a simple checker for some common suboptimal uses of Qt types. There are plenty of ideas in the comments for further analyses that might be useful.

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