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Non-comprehensive list of changes in this release.. Changes to the LLVM IR. Changes to the Arm Targets. Changes to the MIPS Target. Changes to the PowerPC Target. Changes to the X86 Target. Changes to the AMDGPU Target. Changes to the AVR Target. Changes to the C API.
Changes to the LLVM IR.
Changes to the Arm Targets.
Changes to the MIPS Target.
Changes to the PowerPC Target.
Changes to the X86 Target.
Changes to the AMDGPU Target.
Changes to the AVR Target.
Changes to the C API.
External Open Source Projects Using LLVM 5.. Zig Programming Language. LDC - the LLVM-based D compiler.
Zig Programming Language.
LDC - the LLVM-based D compiler.
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Idris is a functional programming language with dependent types, where values are constrained and pattern-matched by an expressive type system to avoid logic misbehaviours. It's a general purpose language, but also supports interactive theorem-proving, is sufficient performant trough eager and LLVM compilation. It has monads, type classes, comprehensions, lambda bindings, where and with clauses, expressions in case statements, an indendation-based and extendable syntax, lists, tuples and pairs,
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