LLVM Weekly - #92, Oct 5th 2015

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Most of the presentation materials from CppCon2015 are now online. Talks that may be of particular interest include Kostya Serebryany on fuzzing with libFuzzer, Piotr Padlewski on C++ devirtualization in Clang, and JF Bastien talking about C++ on the web.

Rafael EspĂ­ndola wrote in to share an impressive milestone for the new LLD ELF linker. It can now link itself and all of LLVM and Clang (though not all tests pass, and you must use LLVM_ENABLE_THREADS=OFF). Things will of course get really interesting once LLD matures if it can compete with Gold in terms of speed.

The next Paris LLVM social will take place on October 15th. Calixte Denizet will be talking about Scilab's usage of LLVM.

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