LLVM Weekly - #512, October 23rd 2023

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News and articles from around the web and events

Nikita Popov has written up a fantastic guide on how to ‘reduce’ LLVM crashes to minimal test cases.

JeanHeyd Meneide blogged about implementing #embed support for C and C++, covering proposed implementations in both GCC and Clang.

Daniel Kleinstein wrote up a guide on tracing memory access with an LLVM pass.

Linaro have documented work underway to track code size variations between LLVM releases.

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

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