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OpenACC Changes Merged Today For GCC 5

The OpenACC support was merged for GCC 5 on the final day of permitting new work for this major GPLv3 compiler update.
15 January 2015 - GCC 5 OpenACC - 6 Comments

LLVM 3.6 Is Branched, Trunk Code Is Now For LLVM 3.7

Following last month's LLVM 3.6 plans, the mainline code of LLVM was branched for preparing the 3.6 release so now the master/trunk code is for LLVM 3.7.
15 January 2015 - LLVM 3.6 - 1 Comment

C Framework For OpenCL Now Supports Device Fission & Native Kernels

The C Framework For OpenCL has reached version 2.0. CF4OCL allows the rapid development of OpenCL host programs in C/C++ while making it easier to provide OpenCL, simplify the analysis of OpenCL environments, etc.
14 January 2015 - CF4OCL v2.0.0 - 8 Comments

Rust 1.0 Alpha Released & Is Now Feature-Complete For 1.0

Just announced by the Rust team is the release of Rust 1.0 Alpha, a huge milestone for the Mozilla-backed programming language.
9 January 2015 - Rust 1.0 - 3 Comments

GCC 5 Feature Development Is Over With A Focus Now On Bug-Fixing

GCC 5.0 feature development is now over so it's time to start concentrating on fixing bugs for this huge compiler update.
9 January 2015 - GCC 5.0 - 12 Comments

Go 1.5 Is Still Working Towards Being Written In Go

The plan for the upcoming release of Google's Go 1.5 language is to have its tool-chain be written in Go. In order to bootstrap the new Go compiler tool-chain, they'll depend on Go 1.4 to compile the new code.
9 January 2015 - GoLang 1.5 - 7 Comments

Why Google Chrome Switched To The Clang Compiler On Linux

Since a few months back Google switched from GCC to Clang for compiling their production builds of the Chrome web-browser on Linux. A Google developer has now shed some light on the switch with backing up their own reasons for switching to Clang.
5 January 2015 - Clang'ing Chrome - 83 Comments

GCC Soars Past 14.5 Million Lines Of Code & I'm Real Excited For GCC 5

If you thought LLVM/Clang with just under four million lines was a huge code-base for a compiler as the entire Linux kernel is over 19 million lines, just wait until you see the current size of GCC.
5 January 2015 - GNU Compiler Collection - 13 Comments

LLVM & Clang Had A Killer 2014 With Lots Of Improvements

The LLVM project had a great 2014 with a ton of new developers and contributions to the compiler infrastructure and its Clang C/C++ compiler front-end.
4 January 2015 - Developers!

Next-Generation PHP 7.0 Is Running Well But Will It Catch Up To HHVM?

It's been a while since I've last tried out the Git code for the next-generation PHP (phpng) that's going to be known as PHP 7.0 when released likely later this year.
3 January 2015 - phpng - 17 Comments

Portable C Compiler 1.1.0 Released (PCC 1.1)

The better part of four years since the release of PCC 1.0, the second official release of the modern Portable C Compiler is now available.
27 December 2014 - Portable C Compiler - 2 Comments

The Most Viewed Compiler News & Milestones Of This Year

Our latest end of year list is looking at the most viewed compiler-related news of 2014... Of course, much of it comes down to GCC and Clang.
27 December 2014 - Compilers In 2014

Ruby 2.2 Released With A Better Garbage Collector

Making a Christmas day debut is Ruby 2.2.
25 December 2014 - Ruby 2.2 - 5 Comments

LDC 0.15.1 Released For A D Compiler In LLVM

Version 0.15.1 of LDC was released this past week, a D compiler written to use the LLVM compiler infrastructure.
22 December 2014 - LDC

MIPS R6 Architecture Now Supported By GCC

The latest feature that's landed for the GCC 5 compiler due out next year is MIPS R6 support for both 32-bit and 64-bit.
20 December 2014 - MIPS R6

LLVM 3.6 Will Be Branched Next Month

We're starting to hear details about the LLVM 3.6 release plans.
19 December 2014 - LLVM 3.6

GCC 4.8.4 Officially Released

For those sticking to the GCC 4.8 compiler series rather than the newer GCC 4.9 stable series, the GCC 4.8.4 release is now available.
19 December 2014 - GCC 4.8.4

Details On Using OpenACC & GPUs With GCC

With OpenACC, NVIDIA's NVPTX back-end, and other improvements finally materializing within mainline GCC and its related code-bases, users are beginning to wonder how to actually use these new GCC features and experience GPU offloading with this free software compiler.
18 December 2014 - OpenACC

New Ruby Benchmarks On GCC vs. LLVM Clang Compilers

Earlier this month were the independent benchmark results that saw Ruby built under Clang was faster than GCC when a developer running Debian was doing some basic compiler performance tests. Now another developer has done more extensive Ruby benchmarks on varying versions of GCC and Clang.
17 December 2014 - Compiler Benchmarks - 12 Comments

LLVM 3.5.1 Is Coming Soon

The first release candidate to LLVM 3.5.1 is now available.
15 December 2014 - LLVM 3.5.1 - 2 Comments

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