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Version 3.2 of the LLVM compiler system and Clang C compiler has been released. "Despite only it being a bit over 6 months of development since 3.1, LLVM 3.2 is a huge leap, delivering a wide range of improvements and new features. Clang now includes industry-leading C++'11 support, improved diagnostics,...

Version 3.2 of the LLVM compiler system and Clang C compiler has been released. "Despite only it being a bit over 6 months of development since 3.1, LLVM 3.2 is a huge leap, delivering a wide range of improvements and new features. Clang now includes industry-leading C++'11 support, improved diagnostics, C11 and Objective-C improvements (including 'ObjC literals' support), and the Clang static analyzer now has the ability to do inter-procedural (cross- function) analysis along with improved Objective-C support." See the release notes for lots of details.

Read more at LWN
Last Updated ( Friday, 21 December 2012 08:08 )  

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