LLVM Weekly - #253, November 5th 2018

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If you're lucky enough to be at SC18 in Dallas this year, there is a lot of LLVM-related talks and meetups to check out. On Sunday 11th November you'll want to attend the LLVM Social and Flang meetup. Then on Monday 12th you can attend the Fifth Workshop on the LLVM Compiler Infrastructure in HPC. Then on Tuesday 13th you can attend the LLVM in HPC: What's New? BoF as well as Hal Finkel's talk "Teaching LLVM's Optimizer to Understand OpenMP" at the OpenMP Booth (1.45pm-2.15pm).

The call for papers if open for the LLVM Performance Workshop at CGO 2019. The workshop will take place on 16th Feb 2019 in Washington DC. The deadline for submissions is December 15.

LLVM 7.0.1-rc2 has been tagged. Time to get testing!

John Regehr has a short blog post on recently added implicit integer cast sanitizers.

Herb Sutter has written a pre-trip report for the San Diego ISO C++ standards meeting that is starting today.

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