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Monday, April 6, 2015

LLVM Weekly - #66, Apr 6th 2015

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News and articles from around the web

color_coded, a vim plugin for syntax highlighting using libclang is now available.

Ravi, a dialect of Lua with JIT compilation via LLVM has has its first alpha release. The status of JIT compilation can be seen here.

On the mailing lists

LLVM commits

  • API migration has started for GEP constant factories. For now, nullptr can be passed for the pointee type, but you'll need to pass the type explicitly to be future-proof. r233938.

  • A proof of concept fuzzer based on DataFlowSanitizer has been added, as well as support for token-based fuzzing. r233613, r233745.

  • DebugLoc's API has been rewritten. r233573.

  • The SystemZ backend now supports transactional execution on the zEC12. r233803.

Clang commits

  • Clang gained a toolchain driver for targeting NaCl. r233594.

  • The size of various Stmt subclasses has been optimised on 64-bit targets. r233921.

  • Codegen was added for the OpenMP atomic update construct. r233513.

Other project commits

  • LLDB system initialization has been reworked. r233758.

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