LLVM 3.6 Officially Released With Many Compiler Advantages
Written by Michael Larabel in LLVM on 27 February 2015 at 03:32 PM EST. 3 Comments
While running a few days late, LLVM 3.6 was officially released today.

Hans Wennborg of Google's Chromium team announced the LLVM 3.6 released today along with the v3.6 releases of Clang and other LLVM sub-projects.

LLVM / Clang 3.6 bring many new features as outlined in the Phoronix article yesterday covering the many exciting changes for this update to the widely-used compiler infrastructure stack.

More details on the LLVM 3.6 release can be found from the mailing list release announcement.
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