LLVM Weekly - #130, Jun 27th 2016

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News and articles from around the web

After recently being taken down due to excessive resource usage, the LLVM apt repositories are now back.

A detailed introduction to ThinLTO has been published on the LLVM blog. This covers the background, design, current status, and usage information for ThinLTO.

A post on Reddit gives a summary of notable language features voted into the C++17 working draft at the Oulu meeting.

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