LLVM 3.8 Should Be Released In Mid-February
Written by Michael Larabel in LLVM on 14 December 2015 at 07:22 AM EST. 6 Comments
Hans Wennborg has laid out plans to officially release LLVM 3.8 in February.

Under the plans laid out on the mailing list, LLVM 3.8 would be branched on 13 January followed by the first release candidate, the critical bug fixing period and RC2 would begin on 27 January, and the final release would ship around 18 February.

LLVM 3.8 brings with it many new features. Expect more coverage and benchmarks as LLVM 3.8 approaches early next year.
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