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LLVM Gets Bindings For Google's Go

Another feature for the upcoming LLVM 3.6 release are bindings for Google's Go programming language.
20 October 2014 - Go Bindings - 1 Comment

Following GCC, Clang Looks To Default To C11

It looks like LLVM's Clang compiler will be defaulting to using the GNU's C11 standard for its next release.
20 October 2014 - GNU11 - 1 Comment

HOPE: The Ease Of Python With The Speed Of C++

HOPE is the latest Python compiler out there focused to deliver great speed. The HOPE JIT compiler is said to combine the ease of Python with the speed of C++.
17 October 2014 - Fast Python - 103 Comments

Vitesse: Using LLVM To Speed Up Databases

A new start-up is attempting to speed up PostgreSQL database performance by leveraging the LLVM compiler infrastructure.
17 October 2014 - Postgres - 3 Comments

OpenACC 2.0 With NVIDIA PTX/CUDA Support Is Closer For GCC

For the past year Code Sourcery / Mentor Graphics has been working with NVIDIA to bring OpenACC 2.0 support to GCC and to allow for this heterogeneous parallel programming API to be taken advantage of with NVIDIA GPUs from GCC. This work is closer to finally being realized for allowing OpenACC programs to be compiled with GCC and target NVIDIA GPUs on Linux.
15 October 2014 - libgomp - 1 Comment

Bill Wendling Leaves LLVM Release Manager Role

Some weeks ago on Twitter a follower had mentioned a rumor that Apple was forcing its compiler developers to focus less on general LLVM work and to basically spend their time on Apple's new Swift project. While there's been a general slowdown of direct Apple contributions to LLVM, there's the latest sign today they might be divesting their interest somewhat in direct management of this open-source compiler infrastructure.
14 October 2014 - LLVM/Clang - 28 Comments

Open-Source .NET Fans Push Its New Foundation

This year at Microsoft's Build Developer Conference a .NET Foundation was announced to steward the "open-source technologies for .NET" While many open-source fans aren't too enthusiastic about .NET in any capacity, the .NET Foundation is beginning to move forward.
14 October 2014 - .NET Foundation - 39 Comments

JIT Support Is Closer To Landing For GCC

Since last year there's been an initiative for an embeddable GCC JIT compiler and ambitions to mainline the JIT support with LLVM long having been promoted for its Just-In-Time compilation abilities. Now with new patches, GCC JIT is a step closer to being mainlined.
14 October 2014 - GCC JIT

Undertaker 1.6 Works For Linux Kernel Static Pre-Processor Code Analysis

Undertaker is a project centered around static code analysis for code with C preprocessor directives. Undertaker is based on the VAMOS and CADOS research projects and is able to analyze the preprocessor directives of the Linux kernel.
14 October 2014 - Undertaker

ARM's Cortex-A17 Now Supported By LLVM & Clang

The LLVM compiler infrastructure and Clang C/C++ language front-end now have support for the ARM Cortex-A17.
13 October 2014 - Cortex-A17

StarPU Tries To Make Hybrid CPU/GPU Programming Easy

StarPU is described as a unified run-time system for heterogeneous multi-core architectures that is a task programming library with support for CPUs and GPUs. StarPU tries to be more effective than OpenMP, OpenACC, and the many other multi-threaded/multi-device programming interfaces.
11 October 2014 - StarPU - 2 Comments

GCC 5 Might Switch Its Default C Version To "GNU11"

The GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) might finally be switching over its default C standard from the C89-derived GNU89 to the much more modern ISO C11-based GNU11.
7 October 2014 - C89 To C11 - 28 Comments

Understanding HHVM's Compilation Process & Bytecode

For those into compilers, bytecodes, and low-level programming or just wanting to know why Facebook's HHVM project tends to be so much faster for PHP than PHP itself, here's a great article.
7 October 2014 - HipHop Virtual Machine - 1 Comment

Capstone 3.0 RC1 Disassembly Supports 3DNow Instructions, Python 3 Bindings

The first release candidate is out for the upcoming Capstone 3.0 disassembly framework.
6 October 2014 - Capstone 3.0 RC1

GCC Has A Call For Help To Improve Diagnostics

While GCC's diagnostics capabilities have improved in the late GCC 4.x releases along with bug-fixes, there's a call for help to further improve the important open-source compiler.
6 October 2014 - GCC 5 - 7 Comments

OpenMP 4.0 Offloading Is Closer For GCC 5

While GCC 4.9 features OpenMP 4.0 support, it doesn't feature the OpenMP offloading support, but that should be coming soon to mainline GCC.
30 September 2014 - OpenMP Offload

Clasp: Even Common Lisp Is Coming To LLVM

The latest open-source project devising an LLVM back-end is a Common Lisp implementation.
29 September 2014 - Clasp - 6 Comments

PyPy 2.4 "Snow White" Released

Version 2.4 of the PyPy Python interpreter and JIT compiler has been released.
22 September 2014 - Python - 5 Comments

CLike: A New, "Simple C-Like" Programming Language

One of the latest programming languages out there is now CLike, a language inspired by the C programming language but with an extensible syntax and typed macros support.
22 September 2014 - CLike - 30 Comments

CppCon Wrapped Up & There Was A Lot For C++ Developers

CppCon ended last week as the annual meeting for any and all C++ developers. CppCon is filled with many interesting talks and the conference overall received rave reviews from C++ developers. While we weren't in attendance at the event, there's interesting notes and slides coming out from those in attendance.
15 September 2014 - CppCon

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