LLVM Weekly - #481, March 20th 2023

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News and articles from around the web and events

LLVM 16.0.0 was released. Congratulations and thank you to everyone involved. I’ve also written up a tour of some of the RISC-V related changes in LLVM 16.

The LLVM Foundation strategic planning meeting on community health and infrastructure is taking place in timeslots on March 20th and March 21st. See Tanya Lattner’s overview of the topics to be discussed and be sure to dial in if this is something you have thoughts on.

An MLIR Hackathon will take place in Edinburgh on Tuesday May 9th, the day before EuroLLVM in Glasgow.

According to the LLVM calendar (note the US is in daylight savings time already, so meeting times might be different for you than usual if you’re e.g. in Europe) in the coming week there will be:

On the forums

LLVM commits

Clang commits

Other project commits

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