LLVM-Based D Compiler Updated: LDC 0.17.0
Written by Michael Larabel in Compiler on 22 February 2016 at 04:59 AM EST. 5 Comments
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LDC 0.17.0 was released this past week as the newest version of this LLVM-based compiler for the D programming language.

LDC 0.17.0 brings improvements to eception handling, support for creating fully-static binaries on Linux via the -static switch, improved ARM support, NetBSD support, support for LLVM 3.8, early LLVM 3.9 SVN support, and a variety of bug fixes and other improvements.

More details on LDC 0.17.0 via the release announcement and change-log available via GitHub.

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