Catégorie: LLVM/Clang

Some updates on llvm.org/apt/

Février 22nd, 2014
I made some changes on http://llvm.org/apt/. Add trusty, Ubuntu 14.04, as a new supported distribution (on the request of Michael Larabel, Phoronix) Lately, users of http://llvm.org/apt/ started to complain for two reason… suite »

Debian & LLVM events

Janvier 17th, 2014
Being a bit hyperactive, I have been involved in the organization of two events. I am the main organizer with Alexandre Delanoë of the Mini Debconf 2014 in Paris, January 18 & 19th. The (great) planning is available here: https://france.debian.… suite »

Some thoughts concerning LLVM & Clang and their evolutions: Release of LLVM & Clang 3.4

Janvier 15th, 2014
We just released LLVM & Clang 3.4. The clang new release introduces some more warning and error detections. The point of the blog post is not to detail the changes (LLVM / Clang) but more to take a step back on the LLVM and Clang toolchains. For… suite »

Include What You Use - Yet a new cool tool in Debian.

Septembre 8th, 2013
iwyu (Include What You Use) has just been accepted in Debian. This tool, based on LLVM/Clang, checks the headers of a C/C++ file. It will detect which include directives are useless, what could be improve and add comments to explain why #include a… suite »

About optimization flags in software

Septembre 6th, 2013
Following a thread on the Clang mailing list, I did a quick analysis of the optimization flags used to build C or C++ code. I used a rebuild result from last mid July of all Debian native packages (meaning that I don't have the log of full Java, Pyth… suite »