LLVM Weekly - #97, Nov 9th 2015

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A number of slide decks have started appearing from last week's LLVM Dev Meeting. The first set of videos made a brief appearance here but apparently they weren't ready for distribution and have been taken down again. In the mean time, you might be interested in the slides for: Living downstream without drowning, Automated performance tracking of LLVM-generated code, opaque pointer types, and debug info on a diet.

Pyston 0.4 has been released. It now features a baseline JIT in addition to the LLVM JIT.

The LLVM-based ELLCC cross-compilation tool chain has had a new release, version 0.1.18. This release has been tested for building the Linux kernel.

There is going to be an LLVM devroom at FOSDEM 2016. Check here for the call for papers and participation. The deadline for receiving submissions is December 1st.

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