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LWN.net Weekly Edition for May 23, 2013
An "enum" for Python 3
An unexpected perf feature
LWN.net Weekly Edition for May 16, 2013
A look at the PyPy 2.0 release
LLVM 3.2 released
Posted Dec 21, 2012 20:58 UTC (Fri) by bredelings (subscriber, #53082)
Posted Dec 22, 2012 1:11 UTC (Sat) by dankamongmen (subscriber, #35141)
looks like they're in debian unstable to me.
Posted Dec 23, 2012 8:56 UTC (Sun) by sylvestre (subscriber, #57054)
Posted Dec 22, 2012 6:40 UTC (Sat) by pjdc (subscriber, #6906)
The PPAs listed on that page don't appear to have caught up, and in any case don't look like they're intended for folks who just want fresh LLVM.
If you're comfortable with programming and/or general system administration, backporting packages for upload to a PPA is generally not too difficult.
Posted Dec 22, 2012 16:02 UTC (Sat) by blanch1 (guest, #86442)
Download "Clang Binaries for Ubuntu-12.04/x86_64"
Posted Dec 22, 2012 22:33 UTC (Sat) by pr1268 (subscriber, #24648)
Why not compile from source code? It took me about one hour to do so (both LLVM and Clang) on a 32-bit Centrino Duo 1.6GHz laptop.
And, since I had the previous version installed (also from source), I was able to compile LLVM and Clang with... LLVM and Clang. Self-hosting compilers FTW!
</silly Saturday afternoon comment> ;-)
Posted Dec 23, 2012 13:09 UTC (Sun) by fjf33 (subscriber, #5768)
Posted Dec 23, 2012 14:13 UTC (Sun) by pr1268 (subscriber, #24648)
And I did just that. Hey, I've got two hours to spare on a Saturday afternoon. :)
Posted Jan 6, 2013 2:55 UTC (Sun) by nickbp (subscriber, #63605)
Clang has loop funrolling, right?
Posted Jan 9, 2013 15:53 UTC (Wed) by hpro (subscriber, #74751)
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