Catégorie: LLVM/Clang

Rebuild of Debian using clang 3.2

Février 6th, 2013
After the studies of the rebuild of the Debian archive using clang 2.9 & 3.0 and 3.1, the results of the 3.2 rebuild have been published on http://clang.debian.net. The percentage of failure is the same as clang 3.1: 12.1% of failure. That means… suite »

Some more cool stuff with LLVM/Clang

Janvier 12th, 2013
One of the drawback of C is the hard memory management. It is because of this aspect that Clang provides a way to detect, at runtime, memory errors. Called Address Sanitizer, it allows, while the program is running, to keep track of the memory and de… suite »

libc++: New C++ standard library in Debian

Août 15th, 2012
Thanks to the work of Andrej Belym, Debian has now a new C++ standard library. This work has been done in the context of the Google Summer of Code 2012. Available in Debian Experimental, this new packages provides both the runtime libraries (libc++abi… 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 »