Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 11th Nov 2008 11:44 UTC, submitted by tyrione
General Development LLVM 2.4 has been released. "LLVM 2.4 includes many bug fixes, much faster compile times at -O0, substantially better code generation in various cases, a new PIC16 target, new IR features, and numerous other improvements and features (see the release notes for details)." You can get it at the project's download page.
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RE: CLang C++ Status
by adkilla on Wed 12th Nov 2008 18:16 UTC in reply to "CLang C++ Status"
adkilla
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2005-07-07

clang is not llvm-gcc. Look at this comparison at the llvm site:
http://clang.llvm.org/performance.html

How could there be performance differences between clang and llvm-gcc if they are the same compiler?

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RE[2]: CLang C++ Status
by kusami on Wed 12th Nov 2008 19:24 in reply to "RE: CLang C++ Status"
kusami Member since:
2008-11-12

Those performance figures are *compile* time not runtime.

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RE[3]: CLang C++ Status
by adkilla on Thu 13th Nov 2008 06:30 in reply to "RE[2]: CLang C++ Status"
adkilla Member since:
2005-07-07

Yes, that is what I was referring to. If the compilers are the same why are the comparisons between them show significant difference between them?

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