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Wednesday, May 09, 2012
LLVM Open Source Compiler To Support Cuda


LLVM, one of the industry's most popular open source compilers, now supports NVIDIA GPUs, expanding the range of researchers and programming languages that can take advantage of GPU acceleration.

LLVM is a popular open source compiler infrastructure, with a modular design that makes it easy to add support for programming languages and processor architectures. The CUDA compiler provides C, C++ and Fortran support for accelerating application using the massively parallel NVIDIA GPUs.

LLVM supports a wide range of programming languages and front ends, including C/C++, Objective-C, Fortran, Ada, Haskell, Java bytecode, Python, Ruby, ActionScript, GLSL and Rust. It is also the compiler infrastructure NVIDIA uses for its CUDA C/C++ architecture, and it has been adopted by companies such as Apple, AMD and Adobe.

To download the latest version of the LLVM compiler with NVIDIA GPU support, visit the LLVM site.


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