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Onward to LLVM-1.6 and beyond! git-svn-id: https://llvm.org/svn/llvm-project/llvm/trunk@22123 91177308-0d34-0410-b5e6-96231b3b80d8 Misha Brukman 14 years ago
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0 Summary: Static and JIT research compiler infrastructure
11 Name: llvm
2 Version: 1.5
2 Version: 1.6cvs
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44 License: U of Illinois/NCSA Open Source License
55 Group: Development/Languages
1313 %description
1414 LLVM is a compiler infrastructure designed for compile-time, link-time, runtime,
1515 and "idle-time" optimization of programs from arbitrary programming languages.
16 LLVM is written in C++ and has been developed since 2000 at the
17 University of Illinois. It currently supports compilation of C and C++
18 programs, using front-ends derived from GCC 3.4. The compiler infrastructure
19 includes mirror sets of programming tools as well as libraries with equivalent
16 LLVM is written in C++ and has been developed since 2000 at the University of
17 Illinois. It currently supports compilation of C and C++ programs, using
18 front-ends derived from GCC 3.4. The compiler infrastructure includes mirror
19 sets of programming tools as well as libraries with equivalent
2020 functionality.
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0 Summary: Static and JIT research compiler infrastructure
11 Name: llvm
2 Version: 1.5
2 Version: 1.6cvs
33 Release: 0
44 License: U of Illinois/NCSA Open Source License
55 Group: Development/Languages
1313 %description
1414 LLVM is a compiler infrastructure designed for compile-time, link-time, runtime,
1515 and "idle-time" optimization of programs from arbitrary programming languages.
16 LLVM is written in C++ and has been developed since 2000 at the
17 University of Illinois. It currently supports compilation of C and C++
18 programs, using front-ends derived from GCC 3.4. The compiler infrastructure
19 includes mirror sets of programming tools as well as libraries with equivalent
16 LLVM is written in C++ and has been developed since 2000 at the University of
17 Illinois. It currently supports compilation of C and C++ programs, using
18 front-ends derived from GCC 3.4. The compiler infrastructure includes mirror
19 sets of programming tools as well as libraries with equivalent
2020 functionality.
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