LLVM Weekly - #510, October 9th 2023

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News and articles from around the web and events

The 2023 LLVM Developers' Meeting is of course going on this week and has a packed agenda. I unfortunately can’t make it, but if you’re there do be sure to attend the talk on vector codegen in the RISC-V backend by my Igalia colleague Luke Lau.

Nikita Popov blogged about scalar evolution in LLVM.

Galois open-sourced Yapall, (Yet Another Pointer Analysis for LLVM), a static pointer analysis tool for programming languages that compile to LLVM.

LLVM 17.0.2 was released.

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

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LLVM commits

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Other project commits

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