In this two-part series, we’re looking at the Clang compiler and various ways of customizing the compilation process. These articles are an expanded version of the presentation, called Merci le Compilo, which was given at CPPP in June.
In part one, we looked at specific options for customization. And, in this article, we’ll look at some examples of compromises and tradeoffs involved in different approaches.
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