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LLVM's Clang 3.1 Compiler Betters C11, C++11

There's only about one week left until LLVM 3.1 will be released and with that will come the 3.1 release of the Clang C/C++ compiler. While we have previously looked at some of the LLVM 3.1 changes, here's a quick look at some of the Clang-specific compiler C11/C++11 improvements.
6 May 2012 - LLVM-Clang 3.1 - 1 Comment

LLVM 3.1 Branched For May Feature Release

Apple's Bill Wendling announced the branching of the LLVM 3.1 code-base over last night as the open-source developers prepare to release the LLVM 3.1 compiler infrastructure (and Clang 3.1) next month.
17 April 2012 - LLVM 3.1

ErLLVM: High-Performance Erlang For LLVM

Developers behind ErLLVM, an LLVM back-end for supporting high-performance Erlang, have called upon this code to be included in mainline LLVM.
15 April 2012 - Erlang LLVM

Nuanti C++ Compiler For More .NET On Linux

While Mono is widely known for bringing Microsoft's .NET to Linux, there also exists a separate compiler that's about supporting the Microsoft C++/CLI ECMA-372 language specification under Linux.
13 April 2012 - Nuanti Compiler - 6 Comments

The Good Stuff Out Of GCC 4.7, C++11

Another one of the interesting presentations from the LF Collaboration Summit this week in San Francisco was covering the improvements made to GCC 4.7, which is the latest GNU compiler update with several new features for developers.
6 April 2012 - LFcollab

GCC 4.8 Aims To Switch To C++ Mode By Default

Google has proposed the switch to C++ by default for the GNU Compiler Collection happens for the current in-development GCC 4.8 release.
5 April 2012 - GCC 4.8 - 3 Comments

Automatic GPGPU Code Generation For LLVM

One of the GSoC proposals for LLVM this year is automatic GPGPU code generation support.
3 April 2012 - GPGPU LLVM - 2 Comments

StarPU: Hybrid CPU/GPU Task Programming

Announced this week to the GCC developers was the release of StarPU 1.0.0 for hybrid CPU/GPU task programming.
31 March 2012 - StarPU 1.0.0 - 6 Comments

Intel Core i7 AVX GCC Compiler Tuning Results

For those owners of Intel's latest-generation Core i3/i5/i7 "Sandy Bridge" processors, here's a quick look at the impact of some GCC tuning options specific to these latest AVX-enabled Intel processors.
23 March 2012 - GCC Tweaks - 18 Comments

GCC Turns 25 Years Old, GCC 4.7 Released

Richard Guenther of SUSE on behalf of the GNU Compiler Collection development community has announced the official release of GCC 4.7.0.
22 March 2012 - GCC 4.7 - 5 Comments

LLVM 3.1 Will Be Released In May

LLVM 3.0 was just released in early December, but the release of LLVM 3.1 (along with Clang 3.1 and co) is quickly approaching.
22 March 2012 - LLVM/Clang 3.1

Talk Of GCC 5.0 To Be Modular, More Like LLVM

Last week a large discussion began among GCC developers about their hopes and plans for GCC 5.0. The common theme is for GCC 5 to be more like the increasingly-popular LLVM compiler infrastructure project.
19 March 2012 - GCC 5 - 20 Comments

The Prominent Changes For The GCC 4.7 Compiler

With GCC 4.7 being released soon, new compiler benchmarks at Phoronix will be published in the coming weeks (beginning next week Monday), but for those wondering what's different on the feature side, here's a look.
15 March 2012 - GCC 4.7 - 1 Comment

GCC 4.7 RC2 Released; The State Of C99 Support

The second release candidate of GCC 4.7 is available today for those wishing to try out this open-source compiler that will be officially released in the coming weeks. Separately, there's also updated documentation concerning the state of the C99 language support.
14 March 2012 - GCC 4.7 RC2 - 1 Comment

A New OpenCL Back-End For LLVM Is Published

Besides the open-source AMD Radeon support for OpenCL finally taking shape, there's more good open-source OpenCL news: a newly open-sourced LLVM OpenCL back-end.
7 March 2012 - Woohoo - 4 Comments

GCC 4.7 Release Candidate 1 Offers Many Changes

Just as expected, the first release candidate of GCC 4.7 is now available for testing. This major update to the GNU Compiler Collection introduces several new language features, hardware support improvements, and other support enhancements to the GPLv3-licensed compiler.
3 March 2012 - GCC 4.7 - 2 Comments

It's Time To Start Thinking About GCC 4.8

While GCC 4.8 will likely not see the light of day in 2012, GCC 4.7 was branched today with an imminent release candidate and now it's "trunk" code-base is open for GCC 4.8 development efforts.
2 March 2012 - GCC 4.8 - 3 Comments

GCC 4.6.3 Released With 70+ Fixes

Version 4.6.3 of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) is now available.
1 March 2012 - New Release - 1 Comment

GCC 4.7 Moves Along Into Stage 4

GCC 4.7 is still on track with its development plans for an official release in March or April and this popular open-source compiler will deliver on many new features.
29 January 2012 - Development - 1 Comment

ELLCC: Using LLVM/Clang For Cross-Compiling

The number of projects taking advantage of LLVM continues to rise. Another project is ELLCC, which uses LLVM/Clang for cross-compiling.
10 January 2012 - Another LLVM Project - 5 Comments

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