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Compiler News Archives

Local Register Allocator Merged Into GCC (LRA)

The LRA branch has been merged into GCC trunk as a new feature of GCC 4.8.
22 October 2012 - LRA Branch - 9 Comments

China Makes A Java Version Of Core LLVM

Developers at a university in China have developed their own Java version of LLVM. Their reasoning for re-implementing LLVM is that they prefer Java to the C++ language.
19 October 2012 - Java - 17 Comments

Initial ARMv8 Support For 32-bit GCC Port

Developers from ARM Holdings have published their initial ARMv8 patch for the GNU Compiler Collection for the 32-bit "AArch32" compiler port.
19 October 2012 - ARMv8

New Features Coming Up For The GCC 4.8 Compiler

Aside from greater C++11 compliance and early C++1y support, GCC 4.8 as the next major Free Software Foundation compiler release will also have many other interesting features.
18 October 2012 - GCC 4.8 - 1 Comment

LLVM Turns To Phabricator As New Review Option

The LLVM project has announced that they will be turning to Facebook's "Phabricator" project for handling code review.
18 October 2012 - Phabricator - 5 Comments

GCC 4.8 To Handle More C++11, Initial C++1y Support

GCC 4.8 is set to support more of the C++11 ISO standard and it also starts working on very early support for "C++1y", the next C++ standard that is still years away.
17 October 2012 - New C++

GCC Approves AArch64, ARM 64-bit Compiler Port

The Linux 3.7 kernel introduces support for 64-bit ARM, a.k.a. AArch64. In further enabling 64-bit ARM support under Linux, the GCC Steering Committee has now officially accepted the AArch64 port of the GNU Compiler Collection. 64-bit ARM now has a compiler!
15 October 2012 - GCC 64-bit ARM

GNU Unified Parallel C Still Aiming For GCC 4.8

Developers behind GUPC, the GNU Unified Parallel C implementation, are still hoping to see their several year old project merged into the GCC 4.8 compiler release.
15 October 2012 - GUPC - 2 Comments

Patches For OpenMP Support In LLVM's Clang

There's patches available for those wishing to try out experimental OpenMP support for the LLVM/Clang C/C++ compiler.
13 October 2012 - OpenMP

AddressSanitizer Being Ported To GCC Trunk

GCC developers continue to work on bringing AddressSanitizer, which is part of the LLVM project, to their open-source compiler in hopes of better catching memory bugs and errors.
11 October 2012 - Google Work - 2 Comments

LLVM's Polly Keeps Optimizing, Plays With Pluto

Polly was accepted at the beginning of this year as an official LLVM project and since then it's continued to advance ahead of the LLVM 3.2 release for providing polyhedral optimizations.
10 October 2012 - LLVM Polly - 4 Comments

LLVM 3.2 Gets A Release Plan For Mid-December

Since last month we have known that Apple has wanted to release LLVM 3.2 this year along with an updated Clang compiler. Now the release plans for this next LLVM compiler infrastructure release have been firmed up.
9 October 2012 - December Release

LLVM/Clang vs. GCC On The Intel Atom With Linux

For those curious how LLVM/Clang compares against the GCC compiler on low-end x86 hardware, here's some numbers.
4 October 2012 - Compiler Benchmarks - 11 Comments

AutoFDO Optimizations For The GCC Compiler

A patch has emerged that provides "AutoFDO" support for the GCC compiler for automated feedback-directed optimizations.
30 September 2012 - Proposed - 3 Comments

GCC 4.5 Through 4.8 For AMD's Bulldozer

While the new AMD Trinity APUs are what's exciting and being benchmarked at the moment, here are some updated compiler tests from earlier this month on an AMD FX-8150 Bulldozer system.
28 September 2012 - GNU Compiler - 1 Comment

GCC 4.7.2 Compiler Released

GCC 4.7.2 has been released with fixes for regressions and serious bugs on GCC 4.7.
21 September 2012 - Released - 1 Comment

Planning For The LLVM 3.2 Release This Year

It looks like LLVM 3.2, along with adjoining updates to Clang and related components, will be released this calendar year.
14 September 2012 - LLVM 3.2

Clang To Become The Default FreeBSD Compiler Soon

The GCC to LLVM/Clang transition as the default FreeBSD compiler is set to happen on 4 November.
13 September 2012 - LLVM/Clang - 6 Comments

LLVM Gets Closer To Supporting OpenMP

While LLVM can be used with Clang for compiling the Linux kernel and LLVM can be used in very innovative ways, one of its long-standing disadvantages has been the lack of supporting OpenMP. Fortunately, OpenMP support is finally materializing within LLVM.
12 September 2012 - LLVM OpenMP - 3 Comments

Tilera TILE64 Back-End For LLVM Published

An LLVM back-end for Tilera's TILE64 processor has been published.
6 September 2012 - Tile64-LLVM - 2 Comments

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