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LLVM 3.9.1 Released

For those nervous about using LLVM Git/SVN of the current 4.0 development code but looking to have the latest fixes atop the stable LLVM 3.9 series, the LLVM 3.9.1 point release is now available.

23 December 2016 - LLVM 3.9.1 - Add A Comment
LLVM Confirms Its New Major Version Bumping Scheme

LLVM developers are moving ahead with their new versioning scheme where they will always be bumping the major version component with each six-month release. Thus LLVM 4.0 and LLVM 5.0 are expected in 2017.

15 December 2016 - LLVM 4, LLVM 5, LLVM 6 - Add A Comment
PTS: PHP 7.1 vs. PHP 7.0 vs. HHVM Benchmarks

With today's PHP 7.1 release, performance isn't highlighted as much as language improvements to this first major update to PHP7, but I decided to run some PHP 7.1, PHP 7.0, PHP 5.6, PHP 5.5, and HHVM benchmarks of our open-source Phoronix Test Suite code-base.

2 December 2016 - PHP 7.1 Performance Benchmarks - 4 Comments
Tumblr Is The Latest Company Boasting About PHP7 Performance

We've talked a lot on Phoronix about PHP 7 due to the mighty impressive performance improvements found in this major update that was released at the end of last year. Many companies have blogged about their positive performance experiences in upgrading to PHP7, many of which we've shared on Phoronix, and Tumblr is now the latest company to boast about their migration from PHP5 to PHP7.

11 November 2016 - PHP 7 Performance - 41 Comments
Corrode Making Progress On Translating C To Rust

Jamey Sharp, the developer known for some of his past contributions to X.Org, has been hacking a lot lately on his latest project: Corrode. This project is about automatically converting C source files into Rust.

2 November 2016 - Corrode Rust - 30 Comments

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