Linked by Michael on Tue 29th Mar 2011 23:53 UTC
Benchmarks "Version 4.6 of GCC was released over the weekend with a multitude of improvements and version 2.9 of the Low-Level Virtual Machine is due out in early April with its share of improvements. How though do these two leading open-source compilers compare? In this article we are providing benchmarks of GCC 4.5.2, GCC 4.6.0, DragonEgg with LLVM 2.9, and Clang with LLVM 2.9 across five distinct AMD/Intel systems to see how the compiler performance compares."
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RE: Clang on Windows
by phreck on Wed 30th Mar 2011 08:42 UTC in reply to "Clang on Windows"
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There have been windows binaries since 1.8, provided for MinGW. And if you would have typed "llvm windows", then right the first result would have been a howto on llvm in MSVC.

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