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Intel Tremont CPU Support Added To LLVM's Clang Compiler

Earlier this month Intel ISA documentation pointed to a new CPU micro-architecture codenamed "Tremont", we've seen a few kernel patches also referencing Intel Tremont, and now there is Tremont microarchitecture support for LLVM's Clang compiler.

16 April 2018 - Intel Tremont - Add A Comment
LLVM 5.0.2-RC1 Released With Spectre Patches

While LLVM 6.0 is available as the latest and greatest stable Mesa release, LLVM 5.0.2 is in the works for releasing in the days ahead. Besides normal bug fixes, LLVM 5.0.2 also carries the compiler-side Retpoline patches for Spectre.

28 March 2018 - LLVM 5.0.2 - Add A Comment
LLVM 6.0-RC1 Makes Its Belated Debut

While LLVM/Clang 6.0 was branched earlier this month and under a feature freeze with master/trunk moving to LLVM 7.0, two weeks later the first release candidate is now available.

17 January 2018 - LLVM 6.0 - 1 Comment
Features To Look Forward To With LLVM / Clang 6.0

With the LLVM Clang 6.0 code branching and feature freeze coming up on 3 January, here's a recap of some of the most interesting new features and changes to find with the LLVM 6.0 compiler infrastructure and Clang 6.0 C/C++ front-end.

31 December 2017 - LLVM Clang 6.0 Features - 1 Comment
LLVM Continued In Its Quest For Innovative Compiler Dominance In 2017

LLVM had another successful year with in 2017 delivering the big LLVM 5.0 update and finishing up development of LLVM 6.0 right now while this open-source compiler stack continues to be adopted by new and interesting use-cases from tieing in LLVM IR to a wide variety of projects to the infrastructure being used heavily now by graphics drivers and other interesting purposes.

26 December 2017 - LLVM 2017 - Add A Comment
LLVM 5.0.1 Released

LLVM 5.0.1 is now available as the first and likely only point release to LLVM 5.0.

21 December 2017 - LLVM 5.0.1 - 2 Comments
LLVM 5.0.1 Expected For Release Next Week

While the LLVM 5.0.1 bug-fix release was originally expected last month, after going through three release candidates the stable version is now expected to arrive next week.

8 December 2017 - LLVM 5.0.1 - 1 Comment

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