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Saturday Enhanced debuggability support in LLVM for various Fortran language features
Fortran debuggabiliy support in LLVM
How to write an extension for C
In this talk we will briefly describe how to add your own extension to C, what steps may be needed to do it. And then we will review a small example
Coverage for eBPF programs Llsoftsecbook: an open source book on software security for compiler developers 8-bit Character support on architectures were the smallest addressable unit size is 64-bit in Clang and LLVM
8-bit characters in VIAMPP
Libc++ on Linux - using the example of Oniro
Experiences with switching from libstdc++ to libc++
LLVM and ANTLR: A match made in heaven

Read the Call for Papers at https://lists.llvm.org/pipermail/llvm-dev/2021-December/154215.html.

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Saturday

  Enhanced debuggability support in LLVM for various Fortran language features
Fortran debuggabiliy support in LLVM
alok 13:00 13:35
  How to write an extension for C
In this talk we will briefly describe how to add your own extension to C, what steps may be needed to do it. And then we will review a small example
kpdev42 13:35 14:00
  Coverage for eBPF programs Leonardo Di Donato 14:00 14:35
  Llsoftsecbook: an open source book on software security for compiler developers 14:35 15:00
  8-bit Character support on architectures were the smallest addressable unit size is 64-bit in Clang and LLVM
8-bit characters in VIAMPP
Thomas Pietsch 15:00 15:35
  Libc++ on Linux - using the example of Oniro
Experiences with switching from libstdc++ to libc++
Bernhard Rosenkränzer 15:35 16:00
  LLVM and ANTLR: A match made in heaven Babar Khan 16:00 16:25