LLVM Weekly - #482, March 27th 2023

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News and articles from around the web and events

The program for the 2023 EuroLLVM Developers' Meeting is now available. Early bird registration ends on April 10th.

A video from the February LLVM Toronto meetup is now up on YouTube, featuring Whitney Tsang presenting on GSoC. Also on the topic of GSoC, be sure to check out Stefan Gränitz’s overview of a selection of suggested LLVM GSoC projects.

Xilinx released nanotube as open source, a compiler that takes EBPF XDP C code as input and (via LLVM IR) outputs a packet processing pipeline in HLS C++.

The March LLVM Bay Area meetup will take place today, March 27th. Later in the week (on March 29th) an LLVM social will take place in Darmstadt.

According to the LLVM calendar (note: Europe followed the US into daylight savings time over the weekend, so meeting times are hopefully back to usual for most people) in the coming week there will be:

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LLVM commits

Clang commits

Other project commits

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