LLVM Weekly - #36, Sep 8th 2014

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The biggest news this week is of course undoubtedly the long-awaited release of LLVM/Clang 3.5. See the release notes for a full breakdown of what's changed.

Rhine, a Clojure-inspired Lisp with an LLVM JIT backend has been released (or at least, I wasn't aware of it before). There's plenty of discussion about it over at HN.

Intel have released a new version of their CilkPlus LLVM-basd compiler. This releases implements support for version 1.2 of Intel's Cilk Plus Language Extension Specification.

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