LLVM Weekly - #456, September 26th 2022

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News and articles from around the web

LLVM 15.0.1 was released.

I blogged about what’s new for RISC-V in LLVM 15.

Neil Henning blogged about changes in LLVM 15 compile time for the Burst compiler. It shows LLVM 15 is slower to compile the 2.5 million lines of IR used in the benchmark than LLVM 14 and LLVM 13.

Volodymyr Sapsai wrote a blog post on the effect of Clang modules on compilation time, using LLVM+Clang itself as a benchmark.

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