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News on Debian & clang

Juillet 24th, 2012
A couple week ago, during the last debconf (Debian Conference) in Managua/Nicaragua, I presented the latest developments about the inclusion of clang in the Debian architecture. To sum up (details are available in the slides and the video), the rebui… suite »

Who is in control of LLVM/Clang ?

Juillet 22nd, 2012
During my various chats and presentations on LLVM/Clang, one of the common criticism on LLVM/Clang is about the Apple's (supposed?) control on the platform. Even if I am not concerned by this concern, here are some statistics about the development. B… suite »

Interview in FLOSS for Science

Juillet 20th, 2012
A couple weeks ago, I have been interviewed by the news site "Free Libre open source software for science and engineering" about Scilab and my work in Scilab Enterprises. I am happy to share it: http://www.floss4science.com/scilab-an-interview-with-sy… suite »

llvm & clang 3.1 in Debian unstable + GSoC

Mai 24th, 2012
Released a few days ago, I am happy to announce that LLVM and clang 3.1 are already available in the Debian archive in Unstable. RC versions were already available for the last few weeks in Debian experimental. They are very likely to be part of wheezy.… suite »

Report from the BSP in Paris

Mars 2nd, 2012
From February 17 to 19th 2012, between 10 to 30 hackers met at IRILL's offices to squash as many bugs as possible for the Wheezy release. Besides about 42 pizzas, more than one hundred bugs (104 to be precise) have been fixed. Among them, 18 of them… suite »