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LLVM 5.0 Articles & Reviews

Benchmarking LLVM/Clang's New AMD Zen Scheduler Model   Software   2017-07-20

LLVM 5.0 Linux & Open-Source News

SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP1 Beta Bringing Java 11, LLVM 7, BCache Installer Support   SUSE   2018-12-20
LLVM 6.0.1 Released   LLVM   2018-07-06
LLVM 5.0.2 Released With Spectre Variant Two Mitigation   LLVM   2018-05-16
LLVM 5.0.2-RC1 Released With Spectre Patches   LLVM   2018-03-28
LLVM 5.0.2 Planned For Release At The End Of March With Spectre Mitigation   LLVM   2018-03-14
LLVM 6.0 Released With C++14 Default, Intel/AMD Scheduling Improvements   LLVM   2018-03-08
LLVM 6.0 RC2 Released, Retpoline Support Still Settling   LLVM   2018-02-07
Initial Retpoline Support Added To LLVM For Spectre v2 Mitigation   Linux Security   2018-01-22
OpenSWR Rasterizer Improvements Land Ahead Of Mesa 18.0   Intel   2018-01-20
LLVM Continued In Its Quest For Innovative Compiler Dominance In 2017   LLVM   2017-12-26
LLVM 5.0.1 Released   LLVM   2017-12-21
Skylake Server Scheduler Model Updated In LLVM 6.0 Along With Other Intel CPU Updates   LLVM   2017-12-10
LLVM 5.0.1 Expected For Release Next Week   LLVM   2017-12-08
POCL 1.0 RC1 Adds Experimental CUDA Backend, Full OpenCL 1.2 Support   Free Software   2017-12-06
Alpine Linux 3.7 Brings EFI Support, Installer Option For GRUB   Operating Systems   2017-11-30
LLVM 5.0.1 Is Coming In The Next Few Weeks   LLVM   2017-11-04
Intel Beignet 1.3.2 OpenCL Released With Some Improvements   Intel   2017-10-26
Running OpenCL With Intel UHD Graphics On Coffeelake Under Ubuntu Linux   Intel   2017-10-06
RADV Is Now Considered A Vulkan Conformant Driver   Radeon   2017-10-04
Mesa 17.2.2 Released   Mesa   2017-10-02
Mesa 17.2.2 Set For Release Next Week   Mesa   2017-09-30
Beignet OpenCL Now Supports LLVM 5.0   Intel   2017-09-21
A Fresh Kernel Spin For Those Wanting To Use RX Vega On Linux Or AMDGPU DC   Radeon   2017-09-13
LLVM 5.0 Released With C++17 Support, Ryzen Scheduler, AMDGPU Vega & Much More   LLVM   2017-09-07
Updated AMD Zen Scheduler Model Lands For LLVM 6.0   AMD   2017-08-31
LLVM 5.0 Release Should Be Imminent   LLVM   2017-08-30
LLVM 5.0 RC2 Released   LLVM   2017-08-11
Changes To Look Forward To With LLVM/Clang 5.0   LLVM   2017-08-06
Linux Driver Expectations For The Radeon RX Vega   Radeon   2017-07-30
LLVM 5.0-RC1 Up For Testing   LLVM   2017-07-27
AMD Zen Scheduler Model Lands In LLVM, Makes It For LLVM 5.0   LLVM   2017-07-19
It's Coming Down To The Wire For New AMD Zen Scheduler Model In LLVM 5.0   LLVM   2017-07-18
LLVM Gets New Scheduler Data For Sandy Bridge, Other Intel CPUs Coming   LLVM   2017-07-17
LLVM 4.0.1 Released   LLVM   2017-07-05
AMD Still Planning For Zen Scheduler In LLVM 5.0   LLVM   2017-06-25
LLVM 5.0 Release Planning Begins For Shipping In August   LLVM   2017-06-14
Trying The LLVM SI Machine Instruction Scheduler With Mesa 17.2 + LLVM 5.0   Mesa   2017-05-18
Two More Device IDs Added For Radeon Vega 10   Radeon   2017-05-10
Intel's Beignet Lands LLVM 4.0 Backend Support   Intel   2017-04-13
ARB_shader_ballot Lands For RadeonSI Mesa 17.1   Radeon   2017-04-05
Radeon RX Vega Support Lands In Mesa 17.1 Git   Mesa   2017-03-30
Radeon RX Vega Patches Begin Landing, First Hitting Libdrm   Radeon   2017-03-27
Getting Better Radeon Polaris Performance On Ubuntu 17.04 With Mesa 17.1, Linux 4.11   Mesa   2017-03-26
Radeon Vega Changes For Libdrm, Plans For Merging Prior To Kernel Support   Radeon   2017-03-21
More Radeon Vega Work Lands For LLVM 5.0   Radeon   2017-03-21
LLVM 5.0 Should Offer Better AMD Ryzen Performance   LLVM   2017-03-14
Cortex-M23 / Cortex-M33 Support Added To LLVM   LLVM   2017-02-01
RADV Spilling Support Patches Published   Vulkan   2017-01-29
LLVM 4.0 Release Candidate 1   LLVM   2017-01-18
LLVM/Clang 4.0 Branched, LLVM 5.0 Now On Master   LLVM   2017-01-12
LLVM Confirms Its New Major Version Bumping Scheme   LLVM   2016-12-15
LLVM 4.0 Planned For Release At End Of February, Will Move To New Versioning Scheme   LLVM   2016-12-05