LLVM Weekly - #58, Feb 9th 2015

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The Red Hat developer blog has a post about the plan to change the G++ ABI along with GCC 5. This is required for full C++11 compatibility. Unlike the last ABI change where the libstdc++ soname was changed, it will stay the same and instead different mangled names will be used for symbols.

Quarks lab have a tutorial on how to add a simple obfuscation pass to LLVM.

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