Linked by chandler on Sun 16th May 2010 13:25 UTC
General Development The LLVM developers seem to be driven to replace all parts of the GCC toolchain and libraries with home-grown alternatives under BSD-style licenses. The latest addition to the project is libc++, an implementation of the C++ standard library which is faster and uses less memory than the GCC libstdc++. The developers also intend to support standard library debugging which is ABI compatible to the release version, which should help developers cut down on lengthy recompile-and-debug cycles. The project is still in an early state but it already implements 85% of the C++0x standard library. As with the rest of the LLVM project, the development of libc++ is being supported by Apple.
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by Kishe on Mon 17th May 2010 12:43 UTC
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I for one cheer for LLVM/CLANG. Competition has the tendency to speed up evolution and in the end, both Linux and BSD users will benefit from it!

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