LLVM Weekly - #484, April 10th 2023

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News and articles from around the web and events

LLVM 16.0.1 was released.

Round table submissions for EuroLLVM 2023 are due on April 15th. Additionally, today (10th April) is the last day for early bird ticket pricing.

Most of the videos from the recent Latch-Up conference organised by the Free and Open Source Silicon Foundation are now up on YouTube, including a number of talks at the intersection of LLVM and open source hardware design.

The next Berlin LLVM Meetup will take place on Wednesday 19th April, where Michal Rostecki will talk about eBPF in LLVM. Additionally, the LLVM Bay Area meetup is taking place today, April 10th.

Jonathan Wight wrote a Gist on using LLVM’s libfuzzer with Swift.

Nikita Popov blogged about LLVM’s middle-end optimization pipeline.

According to the LLVM calendar in the coming week there will be:

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LLVM commits

Clang commits

Other project commits

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