LLVM Gets Bindings For Google's Go
Written by Michael Larabel in LLVM on 20 October 2014 at 09:16 AM EDT. 2 Comments
Another feature for the upcoming LLVM 3.6 release are bindings for Google's Go programming language.

As pointed out by this week's LLVM Weekly, the GoLLVM code has been re-licensed and merged into the LLVM code-base. The Go bindings were merged to now provide support for interacting with the LLVM compiler infrastructure from the Go programming language.

Having the support merged should help those out using the Go language and also for no longer making the external GoLLVM code tied to a specific version of upstream LLVM now that the bindings are in fact upstream.
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