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LLVM 2.4 Released

Posted 10 November 2008 - 03:19 AM

LLVM 2.4 has been released. LLVM is a portable compiler infrastructure, offering a compilation strategy that allows for compile-time, link-time, run-time and offline program optimization.

This release includes: more and improved optimizations, faster compile times, full support for the llvm-gcc 4.2 front-end, support for the Blocks C language extension, support for function attributes, code generator improvements, a new register allocator based on Partitioned Boolean Quadratic Programming, PIC support on Linux/x86-64, improved MIPS support, support for trampolines in the PowerPC backend, and other changes.

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