LLVM Social - Paris: January 17th, 2017

The next LLVM social in Paris will happen on January 17, 2017.

Everyone interested in LLVM, Clang, lldb, Polly, lld, … is invited to join.

This time, we will have a talk from Michael Kruze: “Where to put Polly ? Interactions between Polly and LLVM’s other passes.

Polly is an extension for LLVM for polyhedral optimization. Unfortunately what transformations it can perform depends on the form of the IR. Some LLVM passes improve the analyzability for Polly, but others reduce optimization opportunities. What would be the ideal pass pipeline for Polly ?

Event details, including registration (free but mandatory) at
http://www.meetup.com/LLVM-Clang-social

Looking forward to meet you,
– Arnaud de Grandmaison, Duncan Sands, Sylvestre Ledru

Friendly reminder : the next LLVM social in Paris will happen on January 17, 2017.

Everyone interested in LLVM, Clang, lldb, Polly, lld, … is invited to join.

This time, we will have a talk from Michael Kruse: “Where to put Polly ? Interactions between Polly and LLVM’s other passes.

Polly is an extension for LLVM for polyhedral optimization. Unfortunately what transformations it can perform depends on the form of the IR. Some LLVM passes improve the analyzability for Polly, but others reduce optimization opportunities. What would be the ideal pass pipeline for Polly ?

Event details, including registration (free but mandatory) at
http://www.meetup.com/LLVM-Clang-social

Looking forward to meet you,
– Arnaud de Grandmaison, Duncan Sands, Sylvestre Ledru