LLVM compiler infrastructure receives ACM Software System Award
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) has awarded its 2012 Software System Award to the LLVM (Low Level Virtual Machine) project. Previous award winners include technologies such as Java, Apache, Mosaic, the World Wide Web, Smalltalk, UNIX and Eclipse – an illustrious group that the LLVM compiler infrastructure now joins. The ACM has honoured LLVM as a software system that has had a lasting influence on IT research and products both conceptually and commercially.
For more info about LLVM and Clang, the new FreeBSD default C compiler, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LLVM
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