GCC Cauldron 2013 Recap
Written by Michael Larabel in Compiler on 25 July 2013 at 05:41 PM EDT. 2 Comments
Videos from the recent GCC Cauldron 2013 that was hosted at the Googleplex earlier this month are now available online. Discussed during this developer event is not only the GCC compiler but also GDB, Address Sanitizer, and other compiler-related technologies.

Those wishing to see the GCC Cauldron 2013 videos and slides they have been posted to the GCC Wiki.

Among the interesting presentations are on ARM/AArch64, GCC re-architecture, GNU UPC, KGTP, Tool for Automatic Compiler Tuning, and the impact of different compiler options on energy consumption.
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