LLVM 3.7 Penciled In For A Late August Release
Written by Michael Larabel in LLVM on 22 June 2015 at 07:29 PM EDT. Add A Comment
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Hans Wennborg of Google's Chromium team is taking up the release management roles for LLVM 3.7 and has laid out his plans for releasing it at the end of August.

Under the LLVM 3.7 release schedule published today, LLVM 3.7 would be branched on 14 July, the LLVM 3.7 release candidates to begin following that, and for the official LLVM 3.7.0 release to happen on 21 August.

These tentative but likely final LLVM 3.7 release plans can be found via this mailing list post.

LLVM 3.7 is containing a lot of good stuff, especially for AMD Radeon users and Clang with OpenMP support. A proper LLVM 3.7 feature overview will be written on Phoronix once the code has been branched. Stay tuned to LinuxBenchmarking.com for our daily benchmarking of the newest LLVM Clang SVN/Git code.
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