LLVM Weekly - #22, Jun 2nd 2014

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Last week I expressed worry about GMANE not updating. I'm happy to report that it's back to normal now. Some of my readers might be interested in my account of the neat Raspberry Pi-based projects I saw at Maker Faire Bay Area.

News and articles from around the web

David Given has shared his partially complete backend for the VideoCore IV VPU as used in the BCM2835 in the Raspberry Pi. It would also be interesting to see a QPU LLVM backend now it has been publicly documented.

Documentation on how TableGen's DAGISel backend works has been updated.

The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure in HPC Workshop has been announced. This is a workshop to be held in conjunction with SC14. The deadline for the call for papers is September 1st.

Tartan is a Clang analysis plugin for GLib and GNOME. To quote its homepage "The plugin works by loading gobject-introspection metadata for all functions it encounters (both functions exported by the code being compiled, if it is a library; and functions called by it). This metadata is then used to add compiler attributes to the code, such as non-NULL attributes, which the compiler can then use for static analysis and emitting extra compiler warnings."

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