[LLVMdev] Some understanding of LLVM vs gCC vs Intel C++ Compilers

David Greene dag at cray.com
Tue Jun 16 15:00:06 PDT 2009

On Tuesday 16 June 2009 00:51, Jon Harrop wrote:

> I just noticed your post and was wondering what Cray are doing with LLVM?
> Are you using it in production?
> I am trying to keep an eye on the fast moving LLVM project and like to keep
> up to date with respect to its industrial applications...

We're on the LLVM users page, but that probably needs an update.  I'll look at 
checking something in.

The Cray X86 compiler is in use by customers today.  The first release 
happened in December with an update coming RSN.  It's being used for real
science, today, on massively parallel supercomputers.  We're talking tens of
thousands of processors.

So all you LLVM developers, put another feather in your cap.  Our (yours and 
Cray compiler devlopers') code is being used to solve the world's most
challenging and groundbreaking scientific problems!


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