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Clang 3.4 Release Notes (llvm.org)
64 points by rwosync 1354 days ago | hide | past | web | 7 comments | favorite

For anyone interested in LLVM/Clang you might like to know I've just started a weekly summary of developments.

Find the first issue here http://llvmweekly.org/issue/1 and subscribe at http://llvmweekly.org/

This is neat...I am trying to get into LLVM development but I have a hard time which parts I should contribute to. Basically, I have trouble figuring out which are parts have more bugs/feature improvements to be implemented. Hopefully, this will help.

Neat! But the RSS link is a 404.

Thanks for the report, fixed!

This is the first release to ship clang-format, which is a really nice code formatting tool. Hooking it in as part of your source control is an easy way to ensure a basic level of code formatting compliance and reduce code review noise over formatting!

I'm pretty excited, and am going to look into using this release on my codebase at work soon!

Interesting note--this release brings a front-end cl.exe replacement for Visual Studio:


I am waiting for the concept-lite feature support but I don't know why Clang people don't even mention it. Am I missing something?

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