Google Declares Chrome 25 As Stable
Days after Mozilla released Firefox 19, Google has pushed its Chrome 25 web-browser into their stable channel.
Google noted that many of the issues they spotted and resolved for Chrome 25 were discovered through the use of AddressSanitizer, a feature of LLVM that's now being ported to GCC. Google is responsible for the AddressSanitizer work as well as ThreadSanitizer in these open-source compilers.
More details on Chrome 25 can be found from the Chrome 25 blog announcement.
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