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GCC 2012 Cauldron Covered Fission, Cilk, C++11, Etc

The 2012 GCC Cauldron happened last month in Prague. The event, which was keynoted by Richard Stallman and celebrated 25 years of the GNU Compiler Collection, had a number of interesting talks. Videos and slides from the open-source compiler discussions are now available online.
15 August 2012 - GCC 2012 Cauldron - 1 Comment

GCC Compiler Is Up To 7.3 Million Lines Of Code

Here's some staggering statistics about the development of GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection.
14 August 2012 - Staggering GCC Numbers - 5 Comments

GCC Moves Forward With Conversion To C++

The GCC initiative to convert more of the code-base from C to C++ as the implementation language for this leading open-source compiler is nearing fruition. On Sunday, Google's Diego Novillo published a set of GCC patches for merging the C++ conversion into trunk.
12 August 2012 - GCC C++ - 105 Comments

ARMv8 AArch64 Support For GCC Keeps Coming

Support for AArch64, the ARMv8 64-bit architecture, continues to move along within the GCC compiler world.
19 July 2012 - GCC AArch64 - 1 Comment

A GCC Proposal To Build It Better, Faster

There's a proposal within the GCC development camp to change the CFLAGS under which the GNU Compiler Collection is built when in a release mode.
12 July 2012 - BOOT_CFLAGS - 7 Comments

GCC 4.8 To Improve Diagnostics Abilities

In a battle against LLVM/Clang, GCC 4.8 will improve the code diagnostics support to better assist developers in debugging code errors/warnings in a user-friendly manner.
11 July 2012 - GCC 4.8 - 3 Comments

Optimizing Marvell Graphics With iwMMXt

Thanks in large part to iwMMXt fixes/improvements found in GCC 4.8, the ARM Marvell graphics performance will be much-improved, which will benefit the OLPC XO-1.75.
6 July 2012 - OLPC XO-1.75 - 4 Comments

PCC: Portable C Compiler Isn't Quick To Advance

The Portable C Compiler 1.0 was released in April of 2011, but since then there hasn't been many updates out of this open-source compiler that was originally spawned in the late 1970's.
4 July 2012 - PCC Compiler - 4 Comments

Eclipse 4.2 Released With Juno

Eclipse "Juno" has been released and with that the first stable version of the Eclipse 4 SDK.
27 June 2012 - Eclipse 4.2

GCC 4.8 Compiler - Is It Faster Yet?

GCC 4.7 was released a few months back, but have changes in the trunk code-base -- for what will eventually become GCC 4.8 -- resulted in any major performance changes yet?
24 June 2012 - Let's See

Using Clang To Auto-Convert Qt 4 To Qt 5

There's new work underway to take advantage of LLVM's Clang tooling to auto-convert most Qt 4.x code into being Qt 5.0-compatible.
20 June 2012 - New Project - 12 Comments

Merging The GNU D Compiler Into GCC, Again

It's been talked about before, but it's being attempted again to merge GDC into GCC. GDC is the compiler front-end for the D programming language.
20 June 2012 - GDC Compiler - 11 Comments

Improving OpenCL On CPUs, Building Linux

Back in April there was an LLVM European Conference in London where several interesting technical discussions happened. Among the topics covered were auto-vectorization with LLVM, building Linux with LLVM, and using LLVM to improve the performance of OpenCL on CPUs.
17 June 2012 - LLVM Talks - 15 Comments

Google Wants To Make C++ More Fun

Following the recent Phoronix article about an LLVM/Clang server (ClangD), here's some slides from a talk by a Google engineer about re-factoring C++ to make it more fun for developers.
16 June 2012 - ClangD - 60 Comments

An LLVM/Clang Server Proposed

Proposed earlier this week within the Clang compiler camp for LLVM was a Clang-based server architecture for a persistent Clang server.
15 June 2012 - Comments - 10 Comments

GCC Update Brings More Than 100 Bug-Fixes

The GNU Compiler Collection 4.7.1 release is available as of this morning.
14 June 2012 - GCC 4.7.1 - 13 Comments

Clang Compiling Against GCC On Ubuntu ARM Linux

Here's an update on the LLVM/Clang vs. GCC compiler benchmarking on ARM hardware under Linux.
11 June 2012 - Update - 9 Comments

LLVM/Clang Gains x32 psABI Support

As the latest Linux x32 progress to try to combine the best of 32-bit and 64-bit software, the x32 psABI is now supported by LLVM.
6 June 2012 - x32 Support - 2 Comments

What's New In DragonEgg 3.1 For Optimizing GCC

In this morning's 11-Way Ivy Bridge compiler comparison were the first benchmarks of LLVM's DragonEgg, but what's new in this GCC plug-in's 3.1 release? Here's a brief overview.
30 May 2012 - LLVM DragonEgg

LLVM 3.1 Officially Released

After a week-long hiatus, LLVM 3.1 has been officially released.
23 May 2012 - Now It's Here - 7 Comments

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